Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A moving piece of Americana from a veteran team (Fly Away Home, 1992, etc.), introducing the orphan trains of the 19th and early 20th century to a picture-book audience. Marianne narrates; she's among 14 children from the orphanages and streets of New York City who are being shipped to the "New West" of Illinois and Iowa in search of good homes. At stop after stop her traveling mates are chosen ... Read full review

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it shows all a child can be and also show them to be thankful for what they have.

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This book is about a little orphan girl who hops on a train and is on the search for her mom. The train stops at many places, each bringing different journies for this little girl. At the trains last stop she finds a new family that adopts her.

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this is one vary good book about a train to somewhere.
But what happend to marrian and how long did marrian live
how long did marrian live.

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