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Choo choo Move out of the way the train is coming This wonderful picture book teaches your children about trains using beautiful picture along with some very interesting facts You can use this resource as a stepping stone to discussing transportation and what your child should or should not do when aboard on one Picture books tell so many stories Grab a copy today


15 thoughts on “Choo Choo! Pictures Trains Book for Kids

  1. Miss J Miss J says:

    I downloaded this book in exchange for a honest and unbiased review on my kindle On first impression, the front cover would suggest that the book would be for younger children but when turning the page you realise its actually for an older child.The format is great for children there is a large picture accompanying with a short paragraph which explains a fact about the train I downloaded this book to my kindle for my two year old niece thinking there will be pictures of the different types of trains She definitely loved the pictures However, the book is suited to an older child My six year old niece really enjoyed the book as well and was able to read the text well, The vocabulary used within some of the facts was challenging for her for example eco friendly, frieght cargo, embrace and time zones Living in the UK, children may not be aware that US refers to the United States so she kept asking me what does US mean I have noted that throughout this book the author uses several units of measurements for distance metres, kilometres and miles this is difficult for a child to comprehend unless they have studied these units at school In addition to this, many of the facts included a certain percentage which many children at that age have not been taught.Nonetheless, the book has great pictures They illustrate different types of trains and various parts of the train which improves their knowledge however most children will not be able to understand the facts unless they are much older but most certainly it is a great starting point.


  2. Yvonne Yvonne says:

    My Grandson who 3yrs old loves trains likes to flip through this book just a few pages a pity its not thicker always asking for


  3. Allan Espiritu Allan Espiritu says:

    The quality was like printed on a laser printer Serves its purpose though.


  4. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    When I saw this cute cover for a book about choo choo s, I decided to get the book for my 17 month old daughter I downloaded the book easily and quickly onto my tablet and used the Kindle app It is important to note that the option was not available to download the book onto my Kindle Paperwhite presumably due to the fact the book is full of colorful images This is another book of the excellent Baby Professor series The book is short with a total of 16 pages that has both facts about trains and pictures The length is perfect for my toddler whose attention span is extremely short The pictures in the book were not cartoons like the cover has, but instead are actual pictures of trains However, for kids not familiar with trains, some of the pictures are hard to tell it is a train However, she seemed to still enjoy the pictures Overall, I would recommend this book to any parent Its great for younger children to see the pictures and great for older children to practice reading.Pros 1 This is short book full of interesting facts about trains.2 The book is full of large, colorful, real life images of trains.3 The reading is easy and quick.Cons 1 Some of the pictures are either not of trains such as one picture of a tunnel or are close up shots of a train and it is hard for young children to tell that it is a train.I received this ebook for free in exchange for my honest review.


  5. Nichole Spence Nichole Spence says:

    If you have a train enthusiasts like me and they are younger, they will love this book This book is filled with fun short facts about trains along with gorgeous pictures of real life trains and not the cute adorable cartoon style featured on the cover of the bookMy son is 6 and he loved this book He is learning how to read in class and this book had a lot of the popcorn words he is learning about in school He was able to read to me snippets from a few pages here and there.Well, he would read to me when he was going crazy over the pictures Like I said, the pics from this book are gorgeous and really well done The book is short but full of enough content to keep the kiddo occupied and engaged for a while He is already begging me to read the book again.Another wonderful offering from Baby Professor I received this product in exchange for a review No further compensation was received This review and all other reviews were completed with 100% honesty, in my own words, and reflect any positive and or negative experiences I had while using and reviewing the product I only review products I have a general interest in Thanks for reading and have a wonderful day


  6. Anna Chipman Anna Chipman says:

    Choo Choo Pictures Trains Book for Kids Things That Go for Kids was a cute book with some really cool photos of trains It ended rather abruptly really on page 17 rather than page 18, which was just a white page for me I actually had to go back and look to see if I had clicked too far ahead or what the deal was Anyhow, just something to keep in mind when you are reading this.I read this book to my 20 month old baby and she was very interested to see the trains and loved making train noises to go with it I liked this book because I learned facts, about trains and railroad lines, that I didn t know before There are also things that you have a general knowledge about, like the time zones, but reading this reminds you again about it and allows you to explain further.My two cons for this book are first the abrupt ending, which I already mentioned, and the cover of this book gave me a totally different impression of what the book would be then what it is I enjoyed the book very much but the cover makes it look cutesy and maybe of a storybook where it is facts.I received this product for free in exchange for my honest review and opinion, and that is just what you get Like you, I rely on reading honest reviews before making a purchase, and I want to provide a helpful and honest opinion.


  7. Cynthia Tolle Cynthia Tolle says:

    Choo Choo Pictures Trains Book for Kids is a cute ebook for children who really love trains The first page of the book has a picture of a real train instead of an illustration of a train Throughout the book there is the question Did You Know and then it follows with a fact about trains This informs children about different facts about trains helping them learn about it It also has real pictures of trains throughout the book, letting children see what trains really look like My nephew has recently began to fall in love with trains His birthday was train themed When I realized he liked trains as much as he did, I sat down with him and read him this book He loved it He ooo and ahed over the pictures and had a look of amazement while I was reading this book to him I recommend this book to any child who shows an interest in trains They will learn all sorts of neat facts about trains Also teachers who may be teaching a unit on trains can use this book in class It is a great book for anyone who is learning or wants to learn about trains I received this ebook for free in return for my honest review.


  8. cathy graeve cathy graeve says:

    My youngest grandson age 6 year s old loved this book He is crazy about trains so this book was perfect for him.The pictures were awsome, they were real picture of what trains looked liked back in my grandmother s day And what alot of them look like today It was not like a cartoon which I really liked I enjoyed it as well.He learned some of the history of trains back in the 1900 s and today s time.We had a good time reading this together He asked some interesting questions LOL It is a short book which I like that way I m not having to read for a very long time on the days when I don t have that much time to read.I love getting books from Kindle and having them on my phone or tablet It s awsome when we are in the car, home, doctors office, they can read anywhere.It s the perfect book for a little girl or boy who would love to learn some of the history of trains.I would definitely recommend this to family and friends Note that I have received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest and un biased review


  9. SamWhat Am SamWhat Am says:

    I should start this review by saying that the cover is very misleading It shows a cute cartoon train on a flowery field, so I was thinking that this book would be good for a younger child like mine 2 almost 3 However, inside were pictures of actual trains with facts that seemed appropriate for a 7 or 8 year old.That being said, my daughter still enjoyed it I didn t bother reading it to her at all, but we looked at all the pictures BEAUTIFUL pictures and talked about them It is a free book on , so no loss, but if I paid for it I would be annoyed.Full disclosure I have received this product at a reduced price in exchange for an HONEST review I take reviewing seriously as I rely on reviews myself when purchasing products and will only give 100% truthful feedback I NEVER receive product in exchange for giving a favorable review Don t believe me Check out my other reviews A free product does not equal a 5 star review with me.


  10. A. Jo A. Jo says:

    This has some really interesting photos of trains The title and cover lead me to believe it would be a book with some cartoony drawings and maybe a fictional story It is a non fiction book with some interesting and unusual facts about trains, tracks and stations It reads like a list of odd facts than a book, but that s still interesting.The photos are really nice My 4 year old son loved all the pictures and would demand I go back if I moved on too quickly There are some pictures that look really neat but I couldn t really figure out what they were I didn t really care though it just looks cool The pictures didn t really have much to do with the facts, but they were nice It s maybe really a list of top 10 ish interesting facts you never knew about trains woven together with with 10ish cool photos of trains or on trains or of train related things.This book lacks cohesion a little bit thus 4 stars vs 5 but I really liked it My 4 year old loved it.Disclaimer I received this book at a free or reduced price in exchange for my honest review.


  11. Domi_Blue Domi_Blue says:

    So I grabbed this book to read and look at with a 4 year old boy I watch Today we were in a waiting room so I opened my kindle up and he picked this one He loves trains and was very excited to see I had downloaded a train book We get to the first picture and he says ohhh cool, what is that He wants to know what kind of train it is, I couldn t tell him because I don t know much about trains and neither does this book It is simply random pictures of trains An occasional pages has a did you know with a random train fact For example one is about how many miles of railway are in the US now vs in the early 1900s Little guy was disappointed and so was I How hard would it have been to add in the type of train the picture shows Just name and year would be enough even Kids want to know what they are looking at and I know quite a few train obsessed kids and they want to LEARN about trains not just see pictures that teach them nothing.


  12. S. Beyer S. Beyer says:

    This is a cute and quick read for young learning to be independent readers My mother was born in a train station and lived in one for a lot of her childhood and so has a slight obsession with trains I have been looking for a way to talk and show my daughter about trains besides the obvious, let us go on a train journey Type of thing This fits what I have been looking for very well The pictures are fun to look at and engage her curiously and the little snippets of facts on each page are just long enough to convey their message without being overwhelming to her I would recommend this book to those with young independent readers or those introducing their child to non fiction This would be a great book for introducing train travel and facts about trains.I recieved this product for free in exchange for a review, but at the time I purchased it, this book was free for all to download.


  13. Duck MD Duck MD says:

    Choo Choo Pictures trains book for kids I love trains so naturally when I saw that the Kindle version of this book was free I decided to get it and write a review for it Warning this review contains spoilers This is a nice short 18 page book It features a picture of a different train engine on each page I really would have liked them to tell us the names of the engines that we are looking at This book shows pictures of old trains and newer trains Throughout this book there are did you know boxes that provide us interesting facts about things that have changed because of trains, and other random train or railroad facts This book does not limit itself to American trains of facts We learn a little about trains around the world Overall I am happy with this book It mainly is a picture book like the title suggests I enjoyed the high quality pictures, but I wish there were of them.


  14. Noelle B Noelle B says:

    With the cover being a drawing, I was expecting the book to also be illustrated, which it isn t It is a compilation of photographs of actual trains, so keep that in mind If you were expecting an animated story, you ll be disappointed My 3 year old loves real trains as he calls them so it was just up his alley He loved looking at the pictures and he shouted out, Train, train at each image But it really didn t hold his attention for long The book doesn t have a storyline, but has fun facts that accompany each picture I say fun with quotes, as the facts weren t actually fun I didn t really think they were that interesting, and my son wasn t interested in them at all If you have an older child I d guess around 7 or older this would be age appropriate.In conclusion, if you have a young child who is obsessed with real trains this book might hold their interest for a few minutes I d recommend this for someone with an older child who is really interested in knowing unique facts about trains I don t imagine my son will look at this very frequently in the future.I received a free download of this ebook in exchange for my honest review These are my honest opinions and I hope you find my review helpful.


  15. Nicole Nicole says:

    My twenty one month old toddler son went absolutely crazy for this train book He said choo choo to every train that he saw on every page It was sweet The photographs chosen for this book are breath takingly beautiful and truly professional and were real pieces of art The did you know sections taught something knew on each page I myself never knew any of the facts shared in this book and I liked that a lot If you have a child that loves trains, or you yourself love crystal clear photographs of trains, than this is the book for you and your family.Disclaimer I received this ebook free.