I Can Make a Train Noise

by Michael Emberly and Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick is a story with rich details that benefit from rereading--you’ll notice something different each time! In a crowded café, a little girl starts to shout “I can make a train noise!” and, repeating the phrase, soon takes everyone in the coffee shop with her on a dreamy fantasy train journey. The little girl’s voice mimics the various motions of trains, and subtle visual clues show how her fellow passengers’ moods shift in response to her joyful outburst. This is a fun read-aloud.