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  • Jacquie Dudt-Mulzet (The Sweeter Side of Mommyhood)

    A children's book selection and craft posted every week to promote reading comprehension, vocabulary, creativity, and communication. This weeks selection is Freight Train!

  • Kristen Koss

    Freight Train Board Book (Caldecott Collection): Donald Crews: 9780688149000: Amazon.com: Books. Colors and the names of cars on a freight train are introduced with sparse rhythmic text and brilliantly colored illustrations. A Caldecott Honor Book. --(Fifteen of Our Favorite Picture Books)

  • micheline

    Freight Train By Donald Crews Have a train-crazy kid? This book has great illustrations to help children learn the names of each type of train car and colors.

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