The Train With No Name
This book teaches your child that you don't
have to be big to be important!
The story is personalized with the child's details which you provide like
names of friends,
and of course your name,
the person giving the book and the
you are giving it. This makes it a great keep sake.
We'll add a special message from you to the child like "Happy Birthday!" or similar, a no cost to you, if you request it on the order form.
A detailed story of
this book is given below. We guarantee satisfaction so
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Sample page illustration
Sample page illustration
Price $18.95 Book# 535 Hard cover 6 3/4" x 8
1/4" 32 Pages Ages 3-9
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(give the town where the local train station is found)
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- Date the book is given
Train With No Name - Detailed Story
As you read the story below
substitute the underlined information with yours. This is just a sample,
your book will be made
using the requested details above.
- Page 1 - The book title and picture
- page 2 - More picture illustrations
(2 samples shown above this page)
- Page 3 - "The Train With No Name"
was created especially for Jessica Ann Smith at the age of 6, with love
from Mommy and Daddy, December 25, 1999
- Page 4 - Jessica, Amy, Cissy and Brian
went to the Atlanta Train Station to see the big circus train that was coming to
- Page 5 - Picture illustration
- Page 6 - Another picture illustration
- Page 7 - After exploring all the trains, Jessica
climbed onto the back of a little track tester. Looking around, she found some old
uniforms lying next to the little train. "Hey! We can be engineers!"
- Page 8 - Jessica had a feeling the
other trains didn't like having these new little visitors there.
- Page 9 - Picture illustration
- Page 10 - Another picture illustration
- Page 11 - To their surprise, Jessica, Amy,
Cissy and Brian heard the trains talking about the arrival of the circus train.
"It has three big engines!" said The Two Engine Express
"....and smoke stacks as big as trees!" exclaimed The Timberline Steamer.
- Page 12 - Then Jessica heard the little track
testers say, "I can't wait to see the circus train with all the animals and
- Page 13- Picture illustration
- Page 14 -Another picture illustration
- Page 15 - "Who cares what you
want?" huffed The Two Engine Express. "Who do you think you are anyway?
You don't even have a name or engineer." Jessica felt sorry for
the little train with no name.
- Page 16 - The little track tester was sad.
"I never go anywhere important, and more than anything, I do wish I had an
engineer," he sighed. That gave Jessica an idea.
- Page 17 - Picture illustration
- Page 18- Another picture illustration
- Page 19 - "Look!" shouted Cissy,
tugging on the whistle cord. "It looks like it's rusted shut." The
little train suddenly stopped on its tracks. "Who's that?" shouted the
train with no name. Jessica proudly announced, "I'm Jessica, and this
is Amy, Cissy and Brian. We're your new engineers!"
- Page 20 - "But, you...you can't
just..." Suddenly, Jessica heard an alarm. "Look!"
shouted Cissy. "There's something wrong up ahead."
- Page 21 - Picture illustration
- Page 22 - Another picture illustration
- page 23 - The little track tester saw the
circus train heading toward the bridge. "A rail has come loose!" cried the
track tester. "The circus train could crash!"
- Page 24 - Quickly, Jessica jumped from
the train, grabbed a loose spike from the track, and pushed it through the rusty whistle
to unclog it.
- Page 25 - Picture illustration
- Page 26- Another picture illustration
- Page 27 - Jessica pulled hard on the
cord and the old whistle sang out loud! The circus train screeched to a full stop.
This gave everyone time to fix the track.
- Page 28 - When the little track tester
returned to Atlanta, The Timberline Steamer rolled up, puffing with excitement.
"You and Jessica have saved the circus train," he said, "and
we think it is time you had a name!"
- Page 29 - Picture illustration
- Page 30 - Another picture illustration
- Page 31 - "We've decided to call you
Hooty," said Jessica. No longer a train with no name, Hooty blew his whistle
and announced that Jessica was his new engineer, along with Amy, Cissy and Brian.
- Page 32 - Everyone cheered for Hooty, now the
biggest little train in Atlanta. After a very exciting day, Jessica
had learned a big lesson.....You don't
have to be big to be important.
here to see a sample finished book. Click on the image to start turning
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