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The Night Train

"An enchanting tale of working together to get the magical Night Train back on track"

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This beautiful first reader is perfect for reading together at bedtime, with Matilda Woods’s atmospheric story evoking an endearing cast of characters, and a lovely sense of working together. Penny Neville-Lee’s full-colour illustrations are a boon too - perfect for encouraging newly-independent readers to enjoy their first chapter book.

The Night Train is a wonderful thing - it delivers its passengers to children’s dreams, among them a hairy white yeti, a footballer turned ballerina, Princess May, and a big friendly monster. When a fallen tree stops the train in its tracks and it looks like the children of Sleepy Town will miss out on being visited by their favourite dream characters, the passengers use their varied talents to work together so the Night Train reaches its destination in time.

With plenty to talk about - and be enchanted by - throughout the journey, this sweet story is sure to leave little ones ready for sweet-dream-filled slumber.

Joanne Owen

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A heart-warming read, crammed full of wonderful colour illustrations on each page giving the early reader a real insight into the story.

The dream locomotive is heading to Sleepy Town in time for midnight and it’s filled with characters from the children’s dreams. An ex-footballer now ballet dancer, a misunderstood monster, a tea-drinking yeti and an empowered princess and her dragon! But then the train gets stuck, and they all have to work together to save the children’s dreams.... Read Full Review

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