Down by the Station
Did you ever wonder who rides the zoo train early in the morning? Climb aboard and join the mischievous, sleepy, and playful baby animals on their way to the children’s zoo. The engineer has to get them there before the first busload of children arrives . . . but these baby animals just want to have fun! This delightful adventure full of mishaps, daring rescues, and a runaway red balloon has a cumulative text and playful animal noises that will have readers singing along--if they’re not racing to the zoo to ride the train themselves.
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Review: Down by the StationUser Review - Holly N. - Goodreads
The use of animals and onomatopoeic words repeated throughout the narrative of Down by the Station by Will Hillenbrand makes for a fun and engaging story. It is a useful teaching tool for teaching ... Read full review
Review: Down by the StationUser Review - Monae - Goodreads
This book is an easy read for children. It is a song turned book that is fairly easy to remember. This book is filled with exploration as the train goes through the city Read full review