Follow the Track All the Way Back
Today is a BIG day for little Train ... he's going out on the track, all by himself, for the very first time!From Ben Mantle and Timothy Knapman, the author of Soon and Time Now to Dream, comes the story of a Little Train who is going out on the track, all by himself, for the very first time! But before he goes, his Mummy and Daddy remind him: "When it's time to come home, no matter how far you are, just follow the track all the way back, where we'll be waiting." So Little Train heads off into the unknown with a clickety-clack... But, when night falls and the track runs out, will he remember what to do? Taking its place beside the classic The Little Engine That Could, young readers will share Little Train's trepidation and excitement in this uplifting and extraordinary read-aloud adventure, and rejoice in the gorgeously atmospheric artwork of illustrator Ben Mantle.
- Hardback | 32 pages
- 300 x 300 x 5mm | 305g
- 01 Sep 2017
- Walker Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About Timothy Knapman
Timothy Knapman is a children's writer, lyricist and playwright. His children's books have been translated into fifteen languages and include Soon, illustrated by Patrick Benson, Time Now To Dream, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury, Dinosaurs Don't Have Bedtimes, illustrated by Nikki Dyson, and Can't Catch Me, illustrated by Simona Ciraolo. His titles are often featured on CBeebies Bedtime Stories. He lives in Weybridge, Surrey. Find him online at timothyknapman.co.uk and on Twitter as @TimothyKnapman.Ben Mantle worked in animation, working on Tim Burton's Corpse Bride, before turning his hand to children's illustration. He is the author and illustrator of the Dinostar series, The Best Birthday Present Ever! and The Best Christmas Present Ever!, and the illustrator of many other picture books. Born in Leamington Spa, Ben now lives and works in Brighton. Find him online at benmantle.co.uk and benmantleillustration.blogspot.co.uk, and on Twitter as @BenMMantle.