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Books with title The Rain Train

  • Stop the Train

    Geraldine McCaughrean

    Paperback (Oxford Childrens, Aug. 16, 2007)
    It's 1893 and for Cissy and her family, a new life beckons on the prairies of Oklahoma and they and their fellow settlers prepare for steady business alongside the Red Rock Railroad track. But when they refuse to sell their land to the railroad company, the boss swears that his trains will never stop in Florence again. How will they ever make a living now? Cissy and her friends, family and neighbours vow that they will make the train stop - by whatever means are necessary, no matter how dangerous that may prove to be ...
  • The Last Train

    Gordon Titcomb, Wendell Minor

    Hardcover (Roaring Brook Press, Sept. 14, 2010)
    A picture book about an old train station from a bygone era.The golden age of the railroad may have passed, but its legacy still fascinates us. Based on a song by the acclaimed musician Gordon Titcomb, The Last Train is a beautiful celebration of that bygone era. Titcomb's lyrics are matched by Wendell Minor's handsome, richly-detailed paintings.ALL ABOARD! "What a gorgeous tribute this is that preserves as it distills for future generations the life of a little railroad station."―Arlo Guthrie
  • The Rainbow Trail

    Zane Grey

    eBook (Wilder Publications, June 1, 2014)
    Ten years after events of Riders of the Purple Sage, the wall to Surprise Valley has broken and Jane Withersteen is forced to make a big decision.
  • The Rainbow Trail

    Zane Grey, T. Breeds

    eBook (Heritage Illustrated Publishing, June 5, 2014)
    * Beautifully illustrated with atmospheric paintings by renowned artists, The Rainbow Trail is the gripping sequel to Riders of the Purple Sage. It takes place ten years later when the wall to Surprise Valley has broken, and Jane Withersteen is forced to choose between Lassiter's life and Fay Larkin's marriage to a Mormon.* Just as accessible and enjoyable for today's readers as it would have been when first published, the novel is one of the great works of American literature and continues to be widely read throughout the world.* This meticulous digital edition from Heritage Illustrated Publishing is a faithful reproduction of the original text and is enhanced with images of classic works of art carefully selected by our team of professional editors.
  • I Am the Rain

    John Paterson

    Paperback (Dawn Publications, March 1, 2018)
    Water is always changing from rain to rivers, fog to thunderheads and snowflakes to ocean waves. John Paterson's lyrical verses present water in its many colors, shapes, and forms as it follows its natural cycle through the seasons.
  • The Train

    Jodie Callaghan, Georgia Lesley

    Hardcover (Second Story Press, March 24, 2020)
    Ashley meets her great-uncle by the old train tracks near their reserve in Nova Scotia. When she sees his sadness, he shares with her the history of those tracks. Uncle tells her that, during his childhood, the train would bring their community supplies, but there came a day when the train took away with it something much more important. One day he and the other children from the reserve were taken aboard and transported to a residential school, where their lives were changed forever. Ashley promises to wait with her uncle as he sits by the tracks, waiting for what was taken from their people to come back to them.
  • The Toot Train:

    Geoff Fry

    language (, March 4, 2018)
    "He was right, I did have a tooting problem. Wherever I went, it got stinky."When the Polar Express is finished bringing children to and from Santa in the North Pole, another little-known train makes the rounds picking up children that make a terrible stink: the Toot Train. This smelly train brings these troubled children to a secret Arctic underground city where strange solutions await them and their bloated bellies.
  • In the Rain

    James B. Story

    Paperback (Independently published, Feb. 3, 2018)
    In the Rain is a book that celebrates the power, fun and value of imagination.
  • Traci The Train

    Ken Bossone, Amaya Bossone

    eBook (Nobility Books, Oct. 9, 2015)
    Meet Traci The Train! A friendly, positive and loveable locomotive steam engine! Through the years, she’s served the tracks of West Cheddar well carrying children from one place to another while always putting smiles on everyone’s faces. Traci is the nicest and kindest steam engine there is, but not everything is going poor Traci’s way. The newer and shinier trains are becoming popular and are being used more. Those trains are both faster and bigger, meaning that there isn’t much room left for poor, old Traci anymore.However, Traci is strong, and even though a lot of the old steam engines are starting to be used for scrap metal, she is able to stay positive and remain happy with the help of your child and her other friends. A young passenger (your child) doesn’t give up on Traci and gives her the support and encouragement she needs. One day one of the bigger, newer, shinier trains takes a tumble on the tracks and needs some help. But none of the bigger trains can reach him because they’re just too big themselves. So the question is,.. who can reach the stranded train and save the day?If only there was a positive, friendly, smaller, lovable locomotive…Oh wait, there is! Featuring beautiful hand-drawn illustrations plus bonus games and drawings, your child will love being part of the fun and helping Traci save the day!
  • The Train

    Witold Generowicz

    Hardcover (Dial, April 1, 1983)
    Pages unfold to reveal the progress of two characters who use a train to flee a robbery.
  • The Rainbow Trail

    Zane Grey

    Paperback (Independently published, May 27, 2020)
    A new, beautifully laid-out edition of Zane Grey's classic 1915 novel.
  • The Rain

    Jaden Murray Evans

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Jan. 18, 2014)
    Written and illustrated by 3rd grader Jaden Evans, The Rain is about a bug named Rudy, who goes on an adventure to help others.