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Books with title The Rain Train

  • The Last Train

    Gordon Titcomb, Wendell Minor

    eBook (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 (, July 1, 2004)
    The Rainbow Trail [with Biographical Introduction]
  • Call the Rain

    Kristi Lea

    language (, April 28, 2013)
    The water beckons…Illista and her sister fled their homeland when invaders killed their parents and tried to enslave the girls’ innate water magic. Now disguised as servile Waki, Illista serves the Segra people on the dusty high plains, far from the warm oceans of her childhood.One night, lured by the siren song of the Segra’s sacred lake waters, Illista sheds her Waki disguise for a swim and becomes witness to a murder attempt on the Segra chief’s only son and heir.War looms…Joral’s marriage to the daughter of another tribe will seal the peace between the warring nations and strengthen both halves of the Segra people against invaders from the West. When he is poisoned and nearly drowned on the night of his betrothal, a mysterious sprite of a woman saves his life.Was the attempt on his life the workings of a rival, or was it tied to the sudden arrival of Western mercenaries who seek the missing water witches?A secret revealed…When Joral discovers Illista’s secret, will he sacrifice her to secure peace for his people? Or will he follow his heart for the sake of a water sprite who may be the Segra’s only hope for restoring the rains to the drought-ridden land?
  • Tiny the Train

    Gill Guile

    Board book (B.E.S. Publishing, March 1, 2013)
    On the Go! Books are sturdy mini-books that introduce preschool children to vehicles of different kinds. The books are constructed of extra-thick board pages and have vivid color illustrations on every two-page spread. The simply-told stories are for Mom or Dad to read aloud while children delight in the bright and friendly pictures. In this story, Tiny the Train is smaller than the red, blue, yellow, and green trains. But he's the favorite train of all the animals.
  • The Train

    David McPhail

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Jan. 25, 1979)
    During the night while everyone is asleep, a young boy takes a ride on his toy train.
  • The Rainbow Trail

    Zane Grey

    Mass Market Paperback
  • The Rainbow Trail

    Zane Grey

    eBook (, Oct. 12, 2014)
    The story of a young clergyman who becomes a wanderer in the great western uplands--until at last love and faith awake. Sequel to Riders of the Purple Sage.
  • The Train

    David McPhail

    Paperback (Little, Brown and Company, July 23, 1992)
  • The Train Set

    Michael L. Eads

    language (Red San Publishing, Oct. 15, 2011)
    Mark is an awkward boy who wants a train set for Christmas from his father. But dad doesn’t have a job and still has to provide for five kids at Christmas time. Mark is the new kid at school who is ridiculed for his Midwestern tone and pants that are too short. The only thing he knows for sure is that nothing in his life is going right.One morning a few days before Christmas, Mark notices a rectangular shaped box underneath the Christmas tree. Suddenly, Mark is filled with hope and excitement. If he receives the train set he so desperately wants, perhaps he can escape the reality of his life.The train set is how an awkward boy and his struggling father grow to understand each other. The greatest gift for Christmas is the one Mark already had, the love from his father.
  • The Train Boy

    Horatio Alger Jr.

  • This Is the Rain

    Lola M. Schaefer, Jane Wattenberg

    Hardcover (Greenwillow Books, Aug. 7, 2001)
    You swim in it. You take a bath in its, You brush your teeth with it. You splash it. You drink it. You flush the toilet with it. It is 65% of you.Water, Where does it come from? Where does it go?
  • Racing the Rain

    Habibah Carter

    language (, Sept. 26, 2016)
    4 strangers, 1 classroom. What brings them together is fate, what keeps them together is friendship.For Bernadette, being raised by a single mom is hard enough but factor in mom's abusive alcoholic boyfriend and you have a recipe for disaster.Stillman's brothers have always treated him as an outcast. When he gets in a fight at school his parents move the family to California for a fresh start. Will things change?Reece has a normal life until a freak accident renders his brother an invalid. With his dad spending longer hours at work and his mom remaining by his brother's side, Reece has no one to turn to.Ethan's dad was murdered before he was born. His wealthy mother tried her best to raise him the way his father had dreamed. As a teen he rebelled and his friends may not be the best influence. The school is surprised when he starts showing up suddenly.These four students are thrown together in an after school class to help raise their grades and stay on track for graduation. The bond they form is more than anyone could have hoped for.