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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    John Burningham
  • ISBN:
    0606064583
  • ISBN13:
    978-0606064583
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  • Publisher:
    Demco Media; Turtleback School & Library, A ed. edition (July 1, 1994)
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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  • Rating:
    4.1
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Get off our train!" they shout-but as each critter explains its particular plight, they welcome it on board. We particularly enjoyed the illustrations- many remind me of paintings by the English painter Turner

Get off our train!" they shout-but as each critter explains its particular plight, they welcome it on board. We particularly enjoyed the illustrations- many remind me of paintings by the English painter Turner. The story can be read on many levels, and I think it wrong to focus soley on the "endangered animals" aspect.

John Burningham works in the basement of his house in London on an old boardroom table, which came from The Monkey . Prices, promotions, styles and availability may vary by store & online. See our price match guarantee. See how a store is chosen for you.

John Burningham works in the basement of his house in London on an old boardroom table, which came from The Monkey Club, a school for debutantes in Kensington, and is littered with pens, pencils, paints, papers and rough drawings. When he's not working on a book, he loves collecting - furniture, statues, staircases, and old curtains. He travels around England and France looking for unusual things to put in his house or to sell to someone else.

He has always been interested in the third dimension, and many of his books have to be constructed layer by layer because he enjoys painting on different materials - paper, cardboard, wood - so that a variety of textures comes through on the printed page.

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Hey! Get Off Our Train (Dragonfly Books). 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Hey! Get Off Our Train (Dragonfly Books) from your list? Hey! Get Off Our Train (Dragonfly Books). Published October 1999 by Tandem Library. Fiction, Endangered species, Rare animals, Bedtime, Railroads, Trains, Railroad trains. At bedtime a young boy takes a trip on his toy train and rescues several endangered animals.

Get Off Our Train book. John Burningham's Oi! Get off our Train follows a young boy as he sets off on his round-the-world trip to Dreamland on the Night Train. Published July 5th 1994 by Dragonfly Books (first published 1989). Hey! Get Off Our Train. 0517882043 (ISBN13: 9780517882047). With only his toy dog for company, the little boy is soon joined by an array of environmentally endangered animals asking if they can join him on his journey.

Hey! Get Off Our Train-John Burningham. One Book 4 Colorado - How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?

John Burningham is twice-winner of the Kate Greenaway Award and is one of the best-loved children’s.

An IRA Children’s Choice A Parents’ Choice Award winner for illustration A California Children’s Book Award winner. About John Burningham. John Burningham is twice-winner of the Kate Greenaway Award and is one of the best-loved children’s. Category: Children’s Picture Books. People Who Read Hey! Get Off Our Train Also Read. Inspired by Your Browsing History.

Get Off Our Train by John Burningham (Paperback, softback, 1994). John Burningham works in the basement of his house in London on an old boardroom table, which came from The Monkey Club, a school for debutantes in Kensington, and is littered with pens, pencils, paints, papers and rough drawings.

John Burningham book, mommy?" I know that part of what she loves is the mild naughtiness of yelling out, "Hey! . Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 16 years ago. HEY! GET OFF OUR TRAIN is a fun book for children.

John Burningham book, mommy?" I know that part of what she loves is the mild naughtiness of yelling out, "Hey! Get off my train!" Something she'd never be allowed to do in life. She knows the sequence of the weather and how they connect with what's going to be imagined for play by heart. The book may appear somewhat dark to adults; but that is possibly because we're torn over how to treat endangered species. From the child's point of view, this is a book about a boy who takes a magical train ride with rare and unusual animals. It's fun; it's exciting!

44 unnumbered pages : 23 x 29 cm. A little boy and his toy dog speed through the night on his dream train. During the journey they are joined by an elephant, a tiger and several other endangered animals that beg for a lift.

44 unnumbered pages : 23 x 29 cm. A Red Fox Picture Book"-Cover. Originally published: London : Cape, 1989.

At bedtime a young boy takes a trip on his toy train and rescues several endangered animals.

Fordg
Bought because my 2.5 year old loves the netflix animation. I loved this book much more than the animation, as does he. the illustration are beautiful and dreamy, great to encourage creative thinking. He loves to make the animal sounds, to see what type of play they will engage on the next stop, and follow their train though shine, rain and snow. The ecology message of the book is a plus, that we all need to take responsibility on our actions and embrace the environment. True love for all family!
Arar
I checked this book out of the library for my 2 1/2-year old son for 2 weeks. He brought this book to me and asked me to read it to him ALL THE TIME. At the end of the 2 weeks, I renewed it for another 2 before returning it. While it may not be MY favorite children's book, it certainly is his, and shouldn't that be what matters to us moms? I am planning to give him this book for Christmas since he still asks for the "train book" everyday. If he hears me say "hey" he instantly squeals "Get off our train!" Obviously this book left a lasting impression on him and that's more important to me than whether the illustrations should or should have not won the Parents' Choice Award.
Llanonte
One of our favorite books, read often to our 4 children. We particularly enjoyed the illustrations- many remind me of paintings by the English painter Turner. The story can be read on many levels, and I think it wrong to focus soley on the "endangered animals" aspect. Instead, read it as you would "where the wild things are". Moms can be grumpy, animals can be wild, weather can be variable, children can be selfish, and selfish children can become heroic.
Najinn
My son loves the movie version, so we had to have the book! Really great illustrations. Something I'm going to put away for him.
Thordira
Kindergartners love to act out this story. I read it to my students for years. Now I read it in my grand-children's classrooms.
Little Devil
Awesome book! Great for the environmentally conscious family.
Zaryagan
Not as good as the cartoon but ok.
Everything was good, as advertised.