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by Stephen Cartwright,Jonathan Kydd,Heather Amery

ePub Train Stories (Farmyard Tales) download
Author:
Stephen Cartwright,Jonathan Kydd,Heather Amery
ISBN13:
978-0746042410
ISBN:
0746042418
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Publisher:
Usborne Publishing Ltd (September 29, 2000)
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ePub file:
1934 kb
Fb2 file:
1160 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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Heather Amery (Author), Stephen Cartwright (Author), Jonathan Kydd (Author) & 0 more.

Heather Amery (Author), Stephen Cartwright (Author), Jonathan Kydd (Author) & 0 more.

The Complete Book of Farmyard Tales (Usbourne Farmyard Tales). this book all of the story came from the book the farmyard tales which mention about the train like : 1. the old steam train 2. rusty's train ride 3. wooly stops the train 4. dolly and the train

The Complete Book of Farmyard Tales (Usbourne Farmyard Tales). Big Book of Farmyard Tales with Free CD: With Free Story CD (Farmyard Tales). dolly and the train.

by Heather Amery(Author), Stephen Cartwright(Illustrator). This amusing Usborne First Reading story from the much-loved Farmyard Tales series has charming illustrations by Stephen Cartwright and puzzles to solve at the end of the book.

Barn on Fire - Heather Amery and Stephen Cartwright - Продолжительность: 2:54 Bingo Food .

Brand new book & cd set by Stephen Cartwright and Heather Amery. Contains a lovely little hardback book with 5 train stories. Poppy and Sam Boot, along with their mother and Rusty the dog, have adventures involving the steam train and the local animals

Brand new book & cd set by Stephen Cartwright and Heather Amery. Poppy and Sam Boot, along with their mother and Rusty the dog, have adventures involving the steam train and the local animals. Cd can be listened to independently or used to read along to.

There are also Farmyard Tales sticker books and some of the stories have been translated into German. My daughter also loves to look at the map at the beginning of the book, it is interesting to see where all the adventures take place

There are also Farmyard Tales sticker books and some of the stories have been translated into German. The Stories : Mrs Boot (the farmer) lives with Mr Boot, Poppy, Sam and Rusty at Apple Tree Farm where there is always something happening. Pigs and sheep get out, kittens go missing, baby animals are born, a hot air balloon lands in the fields and there are trips to the local farm shows, on trains or to the market. My daughter also loves to look at the map at the beginning of the book, it is interesting to see where all the adventures take place. There is also one of Usborne’s little yellow ducks to find in every picture.

A charming story from the Farmyard Tales series featuring much-loved characters, illustrated by Stephen Cartwright. Now part of the Usborne Reading Programme, published in B-format hardback with a ribbon marker. First Reading Level Two books stretch the reader with more advanced storylines. Производитель: "Usborne". A charming story from the Farmyard Tales series featuring much-loved characters, illustrated by Stephen Cartwright.

Train Stories by Heather Amery (Mixed media product, 2000). A read along cassette accompanies this book of four Farmyard tales which revolve around a restored railway station near Apple Tree Farm

Train Stories by Heather Amery (Mixed media product, 2000). A read along cassette accompanies this book of four Farmyard tales which revolve around a restored railway station near Apple Tree Farm. A picture map of Apple Tree railway and its surroundings is shown on the endpapers. The book features two level of text.

By (author) Heather Amery. Little Book Of Train Stories. To celebrate 40 years of Usborne Publishing, the iconic Farmyard Tales collection has been re-issued for a new generation of children. It introduces Mrs. Boot the farmer, her children Poppy and Sam, Rusty the dog, Curly the pig, Woolly the sheep and all the other animal characters at Apple Tree Farm. With a Little Yellow Duck to spot on every page, it features twenty gentle stories that have already delighted three generations of children. Format Hardback 328 pages.

A read along cassette accompanies this book of four Farmyard tales which revolve around a restored railway station near Apple Tree Farm. A picture map of Apple Tree railway and its surroundings is shown on the endpapers. The book features two level of text.
  • My 3 year old loves trains. They had this book at daycare and he kept having to bring it home. After a while I felt bad that he always had it so I looked for it and found it on Amazon. I kept the daycare's book and gave them the new one. My son sleeps with it and we read from it every night. The cover and the pages are sturdy. With the loving abuse that a 3 year old can give a beloved item, it still looks almost new. The stories are well written and captivating and the pictures are vivid and equally captivating. I was amazed at how inexpensive it was.

  • The stories and illustration are very cute. Highly recommend this book for toddlers who are train fans.

  • Five year one liked it

  • My boys love trains. The stories in this book are a little dry and not very interesting. Nothing exciting to really strike a toddlers imagination. Just my opinion, but I don't look forward to reading this book to my boys. They do get a kick out of finding the little duck on each page though.

  • Both my son and my daughter have loved this book as toddlers. They like reading about the animals and it is easy, fun reading.

  • love, love, love this book. our son was already a fan of the farm book by this author, a really great series of stories with great pictures to help tell the story. good length stories that they can grow with helping them soon learn to read. this book if your son or daughter is into trains will thrill them, our son is a thomas the tank fan, so this book seemed like it would be an obvious hit, and it was.. great stories of them incorporating trains in various ways.. oh no.. the sheep are on the track! what shall we do? oh.. of course, lets put them on the train and take them home.. cute stories for little ones to enjoy and i enjoy reading too.