Pikolo's Night Voyage
Annick Press, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
The first title in this series, Paper Nights, received extensive praise. It was nominated for several prizes and received a "Notable Book" mention from the Canadian Library Association. In this new adventure, Pikolo is given a beautiful wooden train by his uncle. It is no ordinary train--it is capable of taking its passenger to the edge of the earth. Full color.
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