Trains make a music all their own with the wheels drumming time as the scenery flies by--""trains on the track/clickety clack."" In simple rhyme, Suen (Baby Born, p. 1196, etc.) conveys the wonder of a girl's train ride home from her grandparents' home, and it's no gray commute. The train goes through orange groves, past banana trees, beaches, and vineyards; the engine strains to climb tall snowy peaks, and races down valleys on its way to the city. Finally, ""into the station, our destination"" shows a father greeting his wife and daughter, who has narrated. In Zahares's first picture book, pastel drawings curve and flow with the train over bulbous hills and chunky tracks; a scene of a sleeping child on the title page implies a dream journey, so the stylized illustrations accentuate objects in adventurous ways, e.g., grapevines that resemble barbed wire, and waves as flat and white as spilled milk.