One parent's (and her kids') guide to navigating the library and bookstore. My recommendations in children's book classics . . . literature for little ones, then and now.
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Dedicated to all my train-loving readers: Have you ever wandered how the transcontinental railroad was built? "Transcontinental Railroad?" you ask. It was the joining of the American west's Central Pacific Railroad to the east's Union Pacific Railroad so that citizens could travel from one coast to the next in a matter of days rather than months.
Discover this train race afresh with Verla Kay's simple rhyming text and Michael McCurdy's signature illustrations in Iron Horses (c. 1999).