Lois Lenski Travel Bundle (Hardcover)

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Lois Lenski Travel Bundle (Hardcover)

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The Little Airplane

Mr. Small is a high-flying pilot in this adventure! Pilot Small prepares for his flight, and then enjoys the bird's-eye view from above. As fresh today as when it was first published, this fun and informative look at flying is perfect for airplane trips.

  • Hardcover
  • 56 Pages
  • Published Date: May 27, 2003

The Little Train

In this adventure, Engineer Small drives his little train from Tinytown to the city-and back. Along the way, the little train passes tunnels and stops at stations to pick up cargo and passengers. Presented in full color for the first time, Lois Lenski's The Little Train will delight a whole new generation of readers as they learn all about the ins and outs of a working train.

  • Hardcover
  • 56 Pages
  • Published Date: October 24, 2000

The Little Fire Engine

In this adventure, Fireman Small rushes to battle a fire in town. When the alarm bell rings, Fireman Small suits up and roars down the road in his shiny red fire engine. When he helps extinguish the fire and rescues a young girl, Fireman Small becomes a hero in Tinytown. Now back in print in full color, Lois Lenski's timeless story of Fireman Small and his little fire engine is sure to delight a new generation of young readers.

  • Hardcover
  • 56 Pages
  • Published Date: October 24, 2000

Material: Hardcover

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