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The Caldecott Medal Winner, Sibert Honor Book, and New York Times bestseller Locomotive is a rich and detailed sensory exploration of America’s early railroads, from the creator of the stunning (Booklist) Moonshot.


It is the summer of 1869, and trains, crews, and family are traveling together, riding America’s brand-new transcontinental railroad. These pages come alive with the details of the trip and the sounds, speed, and strength of the mighty locomotives; the work that keeps them moving; and the thrill of travel from plains to mountain to ocean.

Come hear the hiss of the steam, feel the heat of the engine, watch the landscape race by. Come ride the rails, come cross the young country!

From School Library Journal

Gr 3-5-It all started with "a new road of rails/made for people to ride" where "covered wagons used to crawl." Almost 150 years ago-just after the Civil War-the completion of the transcontinental railway radically changed both this country''s landscape and the opportunities of its people. The book traces the advent of cross-country train travel, focusing on an early trip from Omaha to Sacramento. As in Moonshot (2009) and Lightship (2007, both S & S), Floca proves himself masterful with words, art, and ideas. The book''s large format offers space for a robust story in a hefty package of information. Set in well-paced blank verse, the text begins with a quick sketch of "how this road was built" and moves abruptly to the passengers on the platform and the approaching train. The author smoothly integrates descriptions of the structure and mechanics of the locomotive, tasks of crew members, passing landscapes, and experiences of passengers. Simply sketched people and backgrounds, striking views of the locomotive, and broad scenes of unpopulated terrain are framed in small vignettes or sweep across the page. Though a bit technical in explaining engine parts, the travelogue scheme will read aloud nicely and also offers absorbing details for leisurely personal reading. Substantial introductory and concluding sections serve older readers. There''s also a detailed explanation of the author''s efforts and sources in exploring his subject. Train buffs and history fans of many ages will find much to savor in this gorgeously rendered and intelligent effort.-Margaret Bush, Simmons College, Bostonα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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*Starred Review* Floca follows up the acclaimed Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 11 (2009) with this ebullient, breathtaking look at a family’s 1869 journey from Omaha to Sacramento via the newly completed Transcontinental Railroad. The unnamed family is a launching point for Floca’s irrepressible exploration into, well, everything about early rail travel, from crew responsibilities and machinery specifics to the sensory thrills of a bridge rumbling beneath and the wind blasting into your face. The substantial text is delivered in nonrhyming stanzas as enlightening as they are poetic: the “smoke and cinders, / ash and sweat” of the coal engine and the Great Plains stretching out “empty as an ocean.” Blasting through these artful compositions are the bellows of the conductor (“FULL STEAM AHEAD”) and the scream of the train whistle, so loud that it bleeds off the page: “WHOOOOOOO!” Font styles swap restlessly to best embody each noise (see the blunt, bold “SPIT” versus the ornate, ballooning “HUFF HUFF HUFF”). Just as heart pounding are Floca’s bold, detailed watercolors, which swap massive close-ups of barreling locomotives with sweeping bird’s-eye views that show how even these metal giants were dwarfed by nature. It’s impossible to turn a page without learning something, but it’s these multiple wow moments that will knock readers from their chairs. Fantastic opening and closing notes make this the book for young train enthusiasts. Grades K-3. --Daniel Kraus

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* "Floca took readers to the moon with the Apollo 11 mission in Moonshot (2009); now he takes them across the country on an equally historic journey of 100 years earlier.

In a collegial direct address, he invites readers to join a family—mother, daughter and son—on one of the first passenger trips from Omaha to Sacramento after the meeting of the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific in May 1869. With encyclopedic enthusiasm, Floca visually documents the trip, vignettes illustrating the train’s equipment as well as such must-know details as toilet and sleeping conditions. Full- and double-page spreads take advantage of the book’s unusually large trim for breathtaking long shots of the American landscape and thrilling perspectives of the muscular engine itself.... Unjustly undersung as a writer, Floca soars with his free-verse narrative, exploiting alliteration, assonance and internal rhyme to reinforce the rhythms of the journey. Frequent variations in font and type (“HUFF HUFF HUFF!” is spelled out in ornate, antique letters) further boost the excitement. Front endpapers provide detail on the building of the transcontinental railroad; back endpapers show the steam engine in cross section, explaining exactly how coal and water made it go.

Nothing short of spectacular, just like the journey it describes." ― Kirkus Reviews, April 10, 2013, *STARRED REVIEW

* “Floca follows up the acclaimed Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 11 (2009) with this ebullient, breathtaking look at a family’s 1869 journey from Omaha to Sacramento via the newly completed Transcontinental Railroad…. It’s impossible to turn a page without learning something…multiple wow moments...will knock readers from their chairs. Fantastic opening and closing notes make this the book for young train enthusiasts.” ― Booklist, July 1, 2013, *STARRED REVIEW

* "It all started with “a new road of rails/made for people to ride” where “covered wagons used to crawl.” Almost 150 years ago–just after the Civil War–the completion of the transcontinental railway radically changed both this country’s landscape and the opportunities of its people. The book traces the advent of cross-country train travel, focusing on an early trip from Omaha to Sacramento. As in Moonshot (2009) and Lightship (2007, both S & S), Floca proves himself masterful with words, art, and ideas. The book’s large format offers space for a robust story in a hefty package of information…the travelogue scheme will read aloud nicely and also offers absorbing details for leisurely personal reading. Substantial introductory and concluding sections serve older readers. There’s also a detailed explanation of the author’s efforts and sources in exploring his subject. Train buffs and history fans of many ages will find much to savor in this gorgeously rendered and intelligent effort.” ― School Library Journal, July 2013, *STARRED REVIEW

* “In 1869, not long after the golden spike is driven into the rails at Promontory Summit, a mother and her two children climb aboard the Transcontinental Railroad, leaving behind their old life in Omaha for a new one in California, where Papa awaits. Floca (Moonshot) chronicles their journey from multiple perspectives: documentarian, poet, historian, tour guide, and irrepressible railroad geek. With the rhythmic, verselike text that’s become his signature; expressive typography; and handsome, detailed watercolor, ink, and gouache paintings, he celebrates the majestic (the passing western landscape), the marvelous (the engineering and sheer manpower required to keep the engine safely on its course), and the mundane, from the primitiveness of the toilets to the iffiness of depot food (“If the chicken/ tastes like prairie dog,/ don’t ask why”). It’s a magisterial work (even the endpapers command close reading), but always approachable in its artistry and erudition. And readers will come away understanding that the railroad wasn’t just about getting a group of passengers from Point A to Point B; it carried an entire nation into a new, more rapid world.” ― Publishers Weekly, July 1, 2013, *STARRED REVIEW

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Talk about a youth librarian’s dream come true: a big new book about those ever-popular trains from a bona fide picture-book-nonfiction all-star. Striking cinematic endpapers lay the groundwork, describing the creation of the Transcontinental Railroad in the 1860s. Then, in a sort of historical-fiction-meets-travelogue narrative, Floca zeroes in on one family’s journey from Omaha to San Francisco. Floca excels at juxtaposing sweeping panoramas with intimate, slice-of-life moments: here a widescreen shot of the train chugging across the Great Plains; later a vignette at a “dollar for dinner” hash house (“If the chicken tastes like prairie dog, don’t ask why,” cautions the narrator). Varied font sizes and styles on the large pages beautifully capture the onomatopoeia (“ Hisssssssss”; “ huff huff huff”; “ chug-chug chug-chug chug-chug”) of the train and the feel of the Old West. One spread finds the train precariously crossing a trestle (“The train is so heavy, the bridge is so narrow, and rickety rickety rickety!”); the concluding ricketys are displayed in an appropriately jarring shadowed font alongside a picture of passengers shaking—and praying—in their seats. Luckily, our family makes it safely to its destination: “the country’s far corners have been pulled together…thanks to the locomotive.” An author’s note and thorough discussion of the sources used are included, and don’t miss the back endpapers—the steam power diagram would make David Macaulay proud." ― Horn Book STARRED REVIEW

About the Author

Brian Floca is the author and illustrator of the acclaimed picture books  Locomotive, winner of the Caldecott Medal and a  New York Times bestseller;  Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 11; and  Lightship, each a Robert F. Sibert Honor Book. He is the illustrator of numerous additional books, including Avi’s Poppy series. You can visit him online at BrianFloca.com.

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Excellent book - gratuitous smoking reference makes it only a 2-star book
Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2021
This is an excellent book that tells the story of steam locomotives and the Age of Steam. However, it has a gratuitous reference to cigars and smoking. Additionally, there are some illustrations of people smoking. This is especially unacceptable for a book that has... See more
This is an excellent book that tells the story of steam locomotives and the Age of Steam.
However, it has a gratuitous reference to cigars and smoking. Additionally, there are some illustrations of people smoking. This is especially unacceptable for a book that has been published in September 2013.

While this might be historically accurate, for a children''s book targeted ages 4-10, this is completely unnecessary and takes away from an otherwise great book. My 4-year-old who loves this book always has questions about why are people are doing things (e.g; smoking) which they are not supposed to.

Without this reference/illustrations I would have no hesitation in giving this book 5 stars
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Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2018
This book is a gem. The illustrations are gorgeous and the text is engaging. I''ve read this book for my child at least 30 times as a library checkout and finally decided to purchase a copy. The book follows the journey of a train across the transcontinental railway.... See more
This book is a gem. The illustrations are gorgeous and the text is engaging. I''ve read this book for my child at least 30 times as a library checkout and finally decided to purchase a copy.
The book follows the journey of a train across the transcontinental railway. My little one loves it, but this is also a great read for older children learning about the railroad. The front and back of the book have additional information about tains and the transcontinental railway.

Even the cover under the book jacket has a beautiful picture of bison.

The book is well constructed.
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Helen
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Fun, beautiful, informative book!
Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2017
I can see why Locomotive won the Caldecott. This is such a beautiful book and packed full of information too. I learned a lot reading this book with my 7-year-old. More than just facts, this book really gives you a feeling for what is what like in 1869 to either work on the... See more
I can see why Locomotive won the Caldecott. This is such a beautiful book and packed full of information too. I learned a lot reading this book with my 7-year-old. More than just facts, this book really gives you a feeling for what is what like in 1869 to either work on the railroad or to be a passenger. I think this book could easily be enjoyed by a middle grader studying American history. We visited a large train museum on vacation last summer and I wish we had read this book first. Instead, we did enjoy reminiscing about things we saw on that trip that tied into this story. Anyway, fun, beautiful, informative book to be enjoyed by a large range of ages.
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Well-deserved Award Winner
Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2017
Purchased for reading with my 4 year-old grandson whose dad runs freight trains. Was concerned it wouldn''t hold his attention because there were many words to read and the images are past era. However, my grandson was enthralled with it. He learned some things that... See more
Purchased for reading with my 4 year-old grandson whose dad runs freight trains. Was concerned it wouldn''t hold his attention because there were many words to read and the images are past era. However, my grandson was enthralled with it. He learned some things that prompted conversation with his dad about the trains he engineers for work.
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Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2015
Locomotive is one of Julien''s favorite books. There are so many great reviews of this book that the video, and these comments, do not add too much. The illustrations get the most attention but the text really introduces all... See more
Locomotive is one of Julien''s favorite books. There are so many great reviews of this book that the video, and these comments, do not add too much. The illustrations get the most attention but the text really introduces all elements of the train, and life on the train, to the reader. Children of all ages will be engaged and excited and will ask many questions on each page. Truly a book that sparks interest and inspires learning. Check out more of Julien''s reviews on his Youtube channel - julesandmetv
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Karen Orlick
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Very complicated book
Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2020
It is a very nice book, but for children it is way to complicated. My six- year-old grandson loves books and trains but he didn''t know what to do with this. It is even too much to read to him. We made it through about 10 pages, and he enjoyed learning the otomotopias,... See more
It is a very nice book, but for children it is way to complicated. My six- year-old grandson loves books and trains but he didn''t know what to do with this. It is even too much to read to him. We made it through about 10 pages, and he enjoyed learning the otomotopias, and then said "you don''t have to read any more to me".
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Lyrical and Beautiful
Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2020
We love this book! It''s long, so this is not a quick bedtime story. But the entire thing is gorgeously written and illustrated. I think this is my favorite of this author''s efforts so far. The writing has a musical quality, and the illustrations are at once technical and... See more
We love this book! It''s long, so this is not a quick bedtime story. But the entire thing is gorgeously written and illustrated. I think this is my favorite of this author''s efforts so far. The writing has a musical quality, and the illustrations are at once technical and beautiful. I love reading this book to my daughter!
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A long story, but great pictures
Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2014
If you are looking for a book to read to a small child, I would not recommend this one. The story is quite long and I can''t see a child under 6 sitting long enough to finish it. That said, the pictures are beautiful and it is a nice, informative story. It is a great book... See more
If you are looking for a book to read to a small child, I would not recommend this one. The story is quite long and I can''t see a child under 6 sitting long enough to finish it. That said, the pictures are beautiful and it is a nice, informative story. It is a great book for a child who is interested in trains because of the pictures alone. An early reader would probably have trouble reading the text, but they will probably enjoy having it read to them. I can see this being a book that grows with the child, from looking at the pictures as a preschooler, to having it read to them as an early elementary student, to reading to themselves as their reading skills improve. I do absolutely recommend this book, but your purpose for ordering will determine the age it is appropriate for.
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G. J. Weaver
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A great book, by any standard.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 10, 2015
One of the unexpected perks of becoming a parent is getting access to beautiful picture books which you might not otherwise come in to contact with. Five years in to bedtime reading, and this is one of my absolute favourites. A lovely square-ish hardback, it tells the story...See more
One of the unexpected perks of becoming a parent is getting access to beautiful picture books which you might not otherwise come in to contact with. Five years in to bedtime reading, and this is one of my absolute favourites. A lovely square-ish hardback, it tells the story of a mother and two children travelling by train, right across America at the dawn of the locomotive era. It is filled to the brim with interesting facts, but it is also very poetic and beautifully illustrated. When reading it aloud, you feel you have to speak softly to do its quiet brilliance justice. I hope the kids take care of it, because I''d like to keep it on my bookshelf one day.
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William Sprite
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Good story
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 28, 2017
Bought for a 2 and 1 year old. They love all the pictures and the story, though it is a bit long winded and complicated for them. I think we''ll get loads of enjoyment from this book for years to come. The story has a great structure, the pictures are really well done, and...See more
Bought for a 2 and 1 year old. They love all the pictures and the story, though it is a bit long winded and complicated for them. I think we''ll get loads of enjoyment from this book for years to come. The story has a great structure, the pictures are really well done, and the diagrams in the back/front are fantastic.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 11, 2020
This has been a big hit with my train mad 9 year old
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Good books for grandchildren
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 2, 2014
This author produces an excellent story with lots of detail and good illustrations
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So Much More Than a Picture Book
Reviewed in Canada on June 24, 2019
Locomotive is a fabulous picture book retelling the story of the early railroads in America with richly detailed illustrations and engaging text. This is the sort of book you can use as the jumping off point for a detailed study of the railroad, or simply enjoy as an...See more
Locomotive is a fabulous picture book retelling the story of the early railroads in America with richly detailed illustrations and engaging text. This is the sort of book you can use as the jumping off point for a detailed study of the railroad, or simply enjoy as an engaging and informative bedtime story. The size of this book is one of my favourite features as it allows each of the illustrations to truly come to life. You want to climb into the pages and explore this fascinating world of long ago, yet not so long ago, all on your own. The free-verse narrative flows and chuffs, much like a train, through each page conveying information while delighting the reader. This book was meant to be read-aloud. Absolutely wonderful! I also highly recommend Brian Floca''s other informational books, Lightship and Moonshot, they are both equally wonderful.
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