Sunday, August 4, 2013

Children's Book: The Merry Adventures of Charlie the Choo-Choo by Sarit Gilor

There was once a red and black train that had a rainbow of smoke coming from him and he went by the name Charlie the Choo-Choo.

On this spring morning he had a day off so he decided to travel around. On his way, he met all kind of new friends; some of them are pretty odd and funny…

This cute children's book is adorable.  Charlie the Choo-Choo is more interested in his surroundings then staying on time for his routes.  His smoke stack spits out rainbow colored smoke and one day, he decides to take a leisurely tour. He goes down the mountain and around the pond, puttering around and meeting all kinds of new friends.

His friends are smart, and a big eccentric.  For example, Toe the bunny eats socks.  There are only seventeen pages, but each page is colorful and the story is sure to delight young ones.  They can point out different items and enjoy the colors and animals.  There's also a subtle message about liking someone for who they are.  A delightful adventure!

* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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