When Titus Took the Train

When Titus Took the Train This is no ordinary train journey But then Titus is no ordinary kid Who else could take on galloping bandits a rampaging dinosaur perilous rapids and rumbling boulders Hold on to your hats and get

  • Title: When Titus Took the Train
  • Author: Anne Cottringer Sarah McIntyre
  • ISBN: 9780192729873
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is no ordinary train journey But then Titus is no ordinary kid Who else could take on galloping bandits, a rampaging dinosaur, perilous rapids, and rumbling boulders Hold on to your hats and get ready for big imagination, big adventure

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      Published :2019-09-13T23:00:11+00:00

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    1. Anne Cottringer Sarah McIntyre

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    853 thoughts on “When Titus Took the Train”

    1. This is an exciting picture book which follows the imagination of a little boy on a train journey. It is appealing on one level simply because of its very bight, colourful illustrations. The book introduces some new vocabulary for younger readers, such as 'bandit', 'viaduct' and 'gorge', which would be interesting to discuss during shared reading. The book would appeal to all children regardless of gender and the family in the story is of mixed race.


    2. A colourful picture book adventure, the story being imagined by a little boy, Titus. The little sketched drawings every now and then were cute, as was the t-rex with the peanut butter sandwich. Apart from that this picture book is probably for children older than 3. There's a lot of pages, a lot of paragraphs, and a lot of words kids will be asking 'what's that'; bullion, viaduct, commandeered, etc.


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