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On the days when you’re sad and feel you can’t vraig, Speak up and ask a friend for a tow. Throughout the whole book, it explains the trials and tribulation that this train goes through.

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.

I really love this children’s book. They never lost interest and fell asleep, and she got loads of applause when she was done!

So steady yourself and just keep on going- Before you know it, some light will be showing. This story is very inspirational to the readers that have the chance to really seek out its true meaning. The message resonated with me very clearly.

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I Knew You Could!: A Book for All the Stops in Your Life

Overall rating No ratings yet 0. This is definitely a craug that’ll be in my sons library. Full Purpose of Heart 12 hours ago.

Also about how you may yb what someone else has, but stay on your path and find the one that fits you best. Every year, I give it to my students with a little note and poem. I think the pictures match the text and they really take you on an adventure as you listen to the train speak to you.

This book even inspired me to look at each journey through life as a positive thing, and to always keep going through the good and the bad. The train goes through dark tunnels and tunnels with light where it has friends aboard, just like in life where sometimes we go through times that are hard, but we always have to remember there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

Sep 30, Joan rated it really liked it. The trick, I’ve learned over the past 18 years, is in the give and take. This is such a great book and one that I will look to buy for our family.

Our youngest daughter’s teacher gave this book to her at the end of the school year. A Book for All the Stops in Your Life by Craig Dorfman is a great children’s book that encourages children to believe in themselves even during the most difficult time.

The older grades could really break down the metaphors used, the younger kids will still understand not giving up. The title should be at least 4 characters long. I love this dorfmna. Most of all the rhyming and the pictures make it so my son loves it craiy On your new trip, you’ll make plenty of stops, In deep river valleys and on high mountaintops.


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Dec 05, Emily Pinnick rated it it was amazing Shelves: For all the hard work they do, they deserve it! What a great book! Sometimes we choose our paths and don’t stay on them, we find a new path, then we find yet another, but it’s important we be cou,d and find our own because eventually we will get to where we want to. If you rush forward, as a general rule, Before you arrive, you could run out of fuel.

View all 4 comments. This book is inspirational and everyone can relate yyou times where they feel overwhelmed, scared and afraid of doing something. I’m constantly negotiating myself out of difficult situations in order to save myself from collateral damage.

Item s unavailable for purchase. At my son’s graduation the valedictorian did not recite a long, boring speech. Aug 04, Jodi rated it it was amazing Shelves: This realistic fiction book is about never giving eorfman, it is a classic that almost every child should read or listen to.

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.