Train to Somewhere
A heartbreaking picture book tells the story of the 19th-century Orphan Train in the voice of the plain girl nobody wants. Himler's beautiful, understated paintings show the train steaming across the prairie and the children trying to smile and look their best, hoping that someone will adopt them.--ALA Booklist Editor's Choice. Full color.
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Review: Train to SomewhereUser Review - Alexis White - Goodreads
This story is very heart touching. It start with fourteen orphans looking for homes out west. Of course, the boys are the first to be taken for labor and help keep up with the life styles that they ... Read full review
Review: Train to SomewhereUser Review - Kara - Goodreads
Eve Bunting tells a historical fiction story about an orphan girl who gets put on a train with a bunch of other orphans in hopes of being sold to wealthy mid-westerners looking for help and a new ... Read full review