Hiawatha Passing by Jeff Hagen

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"A heartfelt evocation of a singular event: the passing of a train at night across a snowy midwestern landscape, as observed by a boy spending his first night at his grandparents’ farmhouse." --Kirkus Reviews, pointer
 

About Jeff Hagen

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Hagen writes and illustrates cover stories and travel features, as well as children's books.
 
Published October 15, 1995 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR). 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Hagen and Shue debut with a heartfelt evocation of a singular event: the passing of a train at night across a snowy midwestern landscape, as observed by a boy spending his first night in his grandparents' farmhouse.

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A train passes in the night-despite this extremely simple plot line, Hagen and Shue's debut is a picture book of considerable beauty and power.

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