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As he talks about the journey you might take in life he takes a journey himself and you get to experience that little journey through the pages of the book. Tana June 21, at You’ve successfully reported this review. Mitford at the Fashion Zoo. This book is about a train finding its way and which track it needs to take. In this sequel to The Little Engine That Could, the author tells us in second-person the types of situations you will encounter as you go through life.
Dec 13, Katie Lewellen rated it it was amazing. So you’ll have to head out with a creak and a groan, Setting out once again on your track, all alone.
I really love this children’s book. This is a story that is somewhat of a sequel to the classic of the train that said, “I think I can! This book goes along with a train on his adventure through life, learning that we each have our own path and job to follow in life.
And then you’ll be out, heading to a new place. We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. You’ll be ready for the next tunnel you face.
At my son’s graduation the valedictorian did not recite a long, boring speech. Thank you so much for sharing. It’s constrained through the narrow rhyming and vocabulary this is for the kids, after allbut wow. Cleo Edison Oliver, Playground Millionaire.
Every year, I give it to my students with a little dorfmsn and poem. I love the grand tour through the storyline as many of the roadblocks and successes are things I can personally relate to. Anonymous April 28, at 2: I got it for a dollar through scholastic and didn’t know what to think.
To ask other readers questions about I Knew You Could! The themes in this onew include embracing uniqueness, there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and friendship.
If you rush forward, as a general rule, Before you arrive, you could run out of fuel. THis is not just a book for kids. I think it is an exceptional book that is perfect forgiving out to children at kindergarten graduation or just about any time in their early life.
End of the Race Though the track you start out on will feel like “the one,” You might take a few more before craif are done.
View More by This Author. Just enjoy the trip you’ll take as a train. The determined Little Blue Engine is back, bringing inspiring and enlightening words of wisdom to graduates of all ages as they make the transition from one phase of life to the next.
To download from the iTunes Store, get iTunes now. It might take some dark paths, some hard paths, but eventually, if you try hard dorf,an you will do it. Lists with This Book.
Instead, she read a darling children’s book that I loved so much I went out and bought it. Thanks for sharing this book. March 24, Imprint: View carig 4 comments. Or if being yourself just makes you so proud, That you want to share it and sing it out loud.
I just read this book to my son today-twice. The older grades could really break down the metaphors used, the younger kids will still understand not giving up. I recommend this book because yoj provides s I Knew Coulx Could is a book full of life advice and is told from the perspective of a train. This is such a great book and one that I will look to buy for our family. This book is great. The message throughout is to keep on moving forward despite the stumbles you couod most certainly encounter along the way.
We can talk about different moods and that you will have With this book we could talk about staying positive and always believing you can do anything.
I loved this story and the illustrations that accompany it. It knsw life lessons that we all need reminded of whenever possible. I love using it to coupd discussions in the classroom on a wide variety of subjects and ideas and let the children take the discussion where their interests are strongest. Feb 24, Lisa rated it it was amazing. You might stop at some stops that you never have toured, And look for new friends, but they won’t come aboard.