Niccolini is no ordinary night watchman in the train yard. He sings the anxious locomotives to sleep every night with a train-dreaming song about “gentle hills, steady tailwinds, and feathers for freight.” Soon parents start to bring their crying babies and sleepless children to the rail yard, hoping to soothe them into slumber. But how will Niccolini’s gentle song ever be heard over all the racket?
|Reading Level:Ages 4-8||Hardcover:40 pages|
|Publisher:Dutton Juvenile (September 27, 2004)|