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around the screen to make the train puff around your screen!
Below is a list of some of my favorite train and railroad themed books.  I will also be sharing some fun
train videos and live performance videos of my shows.  Be sure to come back often for Train Themed
Coloring Pages, Activity sheets, new pictures, videos, train sounds & songs, and more!  Have fun and
remember to take time out of each day to enjoy a good book!  Happy reading and I look forward to see
you again soon!  

Click play to hear the Magic Train
Whistle Sound

Click play to hear Steve the Magic
Conductor's Pocket watch ticking

Click play to hear some fun Train
Themed Music!
Click below to hear some fun train sounds and songs!!!
Some of my favorite books about trains include:

  • The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner
  • Steam Train Dream Train by Sherri Duskey Rinker
  • How to Train a Train by Jason Carter Eaton
  • The Goodnight Train by June Sobel
  • The Little Red Caboose by Marian Potter
  • The Caboose who got Loose by Bill Peet
  • Smokey by Bill Peet
  • Tootle by Gertrude Crampton
  • The Train to Timbuctoo by Margaret Wise Brown
  • The Little Engine that Could by Watty Piper
  • The Sleepy Train by Markl Marshall
  • Thomas and Friends Railway Adventures by Rev. W. Awdry
  • The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg
A fun video featuring Steam Locomotives!!!
"The Little Red Caboose" Audio Book Video
Printable coloring sheets!  
Fun Train Facts:

•Trains can be powered by a variety of energy sources including steam, diesel and electricity.

•Early trains relied on ropes, horses or gravity.

•Some trains have a second locomotive which helps by pushing from the back.

•Some high speed rail services can reach speeds over 300 kph (186 mph).

•From the mid-1800s to the early 1900s, steam-powered engines were very popular. Steam engines powered
trains, boats and even huge ships. The Titanic was steam powered. People even made steam cars.
Some of my favorite Train Places I like to visit: