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Review: Train to Somewhere

User Review  - Kristen - Goodreads

A sweet and sad story about a girl going west on an orphan train. She still dreams that her mother, who left her at the orphanage because she could no longer care for her, will return for her. A part ... Read full review

Review: Train to Somewhere

User Review  - Leslie - Goodreads

After reading THE ORPHAN TRAIN by Christina Baker Kline, I was curious about children's books about the orphan trains. This book tells the fictional story of a young girl heading west on the orphan ... Read full review

Review: Train to Somewhere

User Review  - Mckinley - Goodreads

Interesting history, I didn't know about children being relocated like this. Nice ending. Read full review

Review: Train to Somewhere

User Review  - Maria Flores-gasca - Goodreads

The orientation of this book is also horizontal and we get to see that it takes place in the 1800's approximately and we also see that it is about orphans and trains. The images are somewhat detailed ... Read full review

Review: Train to Somewhere

User Review  - L13_Meghan - Goodreads

This picture book is recommended for grades 3 and up, however it can definitely be used in older grades (5 and up) to explore larger social concepts of the time. This book tells the story of a girl ... Read full review

Review: Train to Somewhere

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

This is a great story about the struggles of children during the 1850-1920's. I am assuming that many teachers could use in in conjunction with Bud, not Buddy. They are close in time and both focus on ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - matthewbloome - LibraryThing

Both heartwrenching and wonderful this reveals a orphan's story of going to the west in search of a family she never expects. WONDERFUL! Read full review

Review: Train to Somewhere

User Review  - Frankie Marchi - Goodreads

This book shows kids that everyone belongs somewhere. Home is not a place that you live, but it is a place that you have people who love you. This book teaches kids just that. It tells kids that ... Read full review

Review: Train to Somewhere

User Review  - Stan - Goodreads

In the last half of the nineteenth century and the first years of the twentieth century thousands of orphans rode Orphan Trains to the west from New York City, hopefully to a new life and a better ... Read full review

Review: Train to Somewhere

User Review  - Jayro Giron - Goodreads

This book tells the story of an orphan traveling from New York to the Midwest in an effort to hopefully find some parents. The events in the book are inspired by actual events in history. The orphan ... Read full review


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