Window Music by Anastasia Suen

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What could be more fun than a train ride--the excitement of going places, the rhythmic sounds of the train clattering down the tracks, and the vivid window music of passing scenery. Suen's engaging text and Zahares' full-color illustrations capture the spirit of a train ride--from sky-high bridges to deep valleys to rolling vineyards to the lights of a distant city.

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DOB: 01/22/1956 WADE ZAHARES received a "New York Times Book Review "Best Illustrated citation for his first book, Window Music by Anastasia Suen. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
Published September 1, 1998 by Viking Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Trains make a music all their own with the wheels drumming time as the scenery flies by—“trains on the track/clickety clack.” In simple rhyme, Suen (Baby Born, p.

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