10 edition of Jingle the brass found in the catalog.
On a train trip, an engineer teaches a boy the expressions used by railroad workers as he describes the different kinds of cars, freight, and people they see.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Patricia Newman ; pictures by Michael Chesworth.|
|Contributions||Chesworth, Michael, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.N4854 Ji 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2003048055|
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Soon the rods will be flashing, because now you're railroading. Rhythmic text and busy, detail-filled pictures make learning train lingo loads of fun in this picture book that transports readers back to the heyday of steam locomotion/5(13). Step back in time to Ruby’s hash house and put on the nosebag with the boss hogger.
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(The title argot refers to the command to ring the locomotive's brass bell.) It'sand readers meet a boy who has been offered the enviable opportunity to tag along on the run of a mile-long. Young trainiacs will definitely “jingle the brass” (as in: ring the bell) at this lingo-heavy trip into railroading’s past.
Gabbing away, a veteran engineer takes a Jingle the brass book in tow for a freight run aboard a steam-driven “hog,” to watch the “ash-cat” shovel “black diamonds,” roar past gandy-dancers repairing tracks, pull over to let a passenger train by—“Oooh-wee. Look at all Author: Patricia Newman.
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It contains five more stories about Mowgli, and three unrelated stories. "Now this is the Law of the Jungle—as old and.Reading Jingle the Brass TipLearning how to work with new words is a critical skill for any reader. Some words in this book are speciﬁc to life on the railroad, so it is a great book to practice learning new vocabulary through context (the pictures on the page and other words in the sentence).