A Ladybird Book: Trains

A Ladybird Book: Trains

Summary

Trains are used across the world to transport goods and passengers. They can ride rails underground, move at high-speeds and travel between countries and can be powered by coal, diesel or electricity.

Trains takes readers on a journey through history and across the world as they discover the wonder of the railway. You can see how train travel has developed through history - from simple mining wagons to high-speed machines and beyond.

You can build your own encyclopedia with Ladybird Books.
Other titles available in the series:
Animal Habitats
Insects and Minibeasts
Baby Animals
Trees
Sea Creatures
Electricity
Weather
The Solar System
The Human Body

About the authors

Elizabeth Jenner

Elizabeth Jenner grew up on the Wirral, and studied for a BA in English and Creative Writing at the University of Warwick. She now lives in London, where she teaches yoga and both writes and commissions fiction and non-fiction titles.
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Jamey Christoph (Illustrator)

Jamey Christoph's illustrations have appeared in The New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and in several award winning children's books. An old soul at heart, his work draws inspiration from vintage advertising and travel posters and a lifelong curiosity of the past. He has received multiple recognitions from the Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, and 3×3 Magazine. He works out of his 1920's home in Cleveland Heights, OH with his crazy dogs, Owen and Jack.
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