Down at the Docks
by A Random House Picture Book Illustrated by Richard Courtney
Reviewed by Andrew D. (age 6)
Andrew D. is a student in Mrs. Martin's Kindergarten Class
This is an adventure of Thomas. Thomas was looking over Brendam Docks. He wanted to help James, a very big engine. James didn't need his help. Then Thomas tried to help Harvey. He didn't need help either. This story tells about how kind Thomas is and how helpful he is.
This is a good book to read. I liked when Thomas came down the hill to help his friends. This made me happy. It makes me happy to help my friends too.
I would recommend this book to children who like trains. My sister Annie would like it too. She whoops it up when I play with my trains.
(This review was dictated.)