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Books with title The Rain Train

  • The Big Rain

    Francoise Seignobosc

    Hardcover (Omnibus Pub, Aug. 1, 2003)
    It rains and it rains and it rains. Thge little river rises higher and higher... Now Jeanne-Marie must help Grandmother up the stairs and help get the farm animals to safety on the hill. But Madelon the duck loves the Big Rain! This charming story, perhaps Jeanne-Marie's most exciting adventure is based on a true life event in the authors own village. This book will enchant chiuldren and the adults that read it with them with its classic illustrations and a sweet storyline that emphasizes personal responsibility and thoughfulness for others.
  • The Rain Boat

    Alquin Gliane, Eugenia Gina

    language (Rock Publishing Company, June 26, 2015)
    It's raining and Alvey floats his paper boat on the puddle that forms. The rain pours and the current takes his boat. Alvey helps it navigate twigs, waves, and pools of calm. Will his boat make it to the ocean?With illustrations by Eugenia Gina.
  • The Blue Train


    Unknown Binding (Igloo Books Ltd, )

    DB Cohea

    language (, Oct. 2, 2019)
    Take a ride on THE BOO BOOO TRAIN with your favorite creature and discover how you entertain them on Halloween night. Be careful, it's a tricky ride!
  • The Rain King:

    David L. Felts

    language (SFReader Press, Nov. 12, 2014)
    Who knows the power of kings and wizards in their grief, or the depth of their madness? Stay away....Thus is Miri warned when she tells of seeing the Rain King down by the banks of the great river. Yet Miri has a question only the Rain King -- or his ghost -- can answer: Is there a sun?ExcerptHe was standing under the willow's drooping boughs, water dripping from his sodden robe and hair. The rain fell in sheets so thick she could barely see. The river rushed by faster than she'd ever seen, whipped into a roiling brown froth. It was higher too, the whirling water not more than a dozen feet from the edge of the path. The ground was slippery, and Miri was half blinded by the rain. Twice she'd almost slipped. She knew if she fell in the River, it would swallow her like a stone and she'd never be seen again.
  • The Blue Train

    Maria Gregory

    language (, Nov. 28, 2014)
    A guy who leads a quiet life, decides to go on a journey to travel America.His wish is finally granted.As he travels many differentcities he meets lots of peopleand makes new friends as well.The journey he takes is very exciting.
  • The Rainbow Trail

    Zane Grey

    eBook (Start Publishing LLC, March 27, 2014)
    Zane Grey (January 31, 1872 - October 23, 1939) was an American author best known for his popular adventure novels and stories that presented an idealized image of the American frontier, including the novel Riders of the Purple Sage, his bes selling book. This is one of his stories.
  • The Train

    Andrew Tlock

    Board book (New Line Books, March 1, 1999)
    Each Little Library set of four board books is packaged in a box that doubles as a toy tractor, train, truck, or bus with real rolling wheels. With simple, brightly-colored illustrations, the books teach the young child basic facts about shapes, colors, numbers, opposites, animal sounds, the senses, and much more.
  • The Train

    Diane Hoh

    Paperback (iUniverse, June 26, 2000)
    His real name was Roger. But from the day he started at Parker High to the day of his sudden and horrible death, he was taunted and ridiculed, cruelly nicknamed Frog by his classmates. One by one, Hannah's friends guiltily confess the nasty things they did to Frog. And then, one by one,they are viciously attacked.
  • This is the rain

    Lola M Schaefer

    Paperback (Scholastic, Aug. 16, 2003)
    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?
  • The Train

    Jack Preston

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Aug. 18, 2017)
    Thomas and Cat just expected a normal, boring train journey to France. Definitely not for any murders to happen… After a famous pop star dies, and the train driver refuses to cancel the trip, the passengers are frightened of the mysterious person killing their fellow peers. So now it’s up to Thomas and Cat to catch the murderer and save the day… But they have no idea how they going to do it.
  • The Train

    Georges Simenon

    Audio Cassette (Books on Tape, Inc, )