ALL ABROAD THE TRAIN by Ethel Kesssler

ALL ABROAD THE TRAIN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Unlike its subject, the story doesn't go anywhere. IT is the sort of book designed for the youngest children presenting the facts of train travel -- boarding, passing through towns, getting off. Most of the illustrations are successful evocations of the sights to be seen around railboard stations. The countryside viewed from the train window is made ugly by a clumsy use of color. By the team that did The Big Red Bus.

Pub Date: Sept. 18th, 1964
Publisher: Doubley