Trains by Mary Harding.
An easy to understand, nonfiction book about trains.
The Best Book
of Trains by Richard Balkwill.
Another good nonfiction book.
Clickety Clack by
Robert Spence, et al.
Repetitive verse make this simple book a fun
read-aloud. Good book to use for a lesson on
Train by John Coiley.
A great information book to be used as a reference.
Where Ben's Train Takes Him by Robert Burleigh.
A little boy's imagination takes him on a wonderful
Hey! Get Off
Our Train by John Burningham.
A variety of animals board a little boy's train
searching for friendlier habitats. This book
explores endangered animals and their plights.
Train by Lois Lenski.
This book gives great information about steam engines
and follows the journey of a little train.
Express by Chris Van Allsburg.
A young boy travels on a magical train to the North
Pole. On his adventure he is given the first gift
of Christmas by Santa Claus himself!
The Runaway Train by
A conductor is trying to catch up with his lost train.
and Steel: Back in Time with Trains by Patrick
A young boy talks about his relatives and their history
with trains. Includes good information on trains
as well as an engaging story.
Train Song by
The rhythmic text is paired with wonderful
illustrations. Another good book for a lesson on
Trouble on the
Tracks by Kathy Mallat.
A toy train encounters "trouble" which is a
big black cat!
Trains by Margaret Wise Brown.
This story follows the parallel journeys of two trains -
a real one and a toy one.
Train by Alistair Highet.
A young boy goes on a dreamlike train ride with his