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I Saw an Ant on the Railroad Track

von Joshua Prince

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Jack, a railroad switchman, frantically tries to save an ant who is heading east on a westbound track, straight into the path of an oncoming freight train.
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I really liked this story of the railroad worker who is settling down for his lunch, and then alarmed to see a cocksure and unaware ant walking along the railroad track. Oh no! What to do? [return][return]The outsized drama makes it exciting (but not too) for the little kid in your life but entertaining for the adult reader. ( )
  adaq | Dec 25, 2019 |
I had mixed feelings about this book after reading it. One thing I did like about this story was that the words were predictable after talking about the tracks it would say “clickity-clack”. This allowed for the reader to follow along easily, especially if they are being read to. The story also built suspense for the reader, they did not know if Railroad Jack would be able to stop the train before it hit the ant. I did not like that the big idea was not clearly recognizable. The story had to be read multiple times to find out that the big idea was to not stop until you get what you’re working towards. The ant in the story was looking for food, but he could not find it. By the end of the story he found it in Railroad Jacks lunchbox.
  JessicaSparacino | Feb 22, 2016 |
Who would have thought such a simple story could be so amusing and touching?
  hbcoates | Dec 6, 2014 |
This book was great. It tells of an ant walking on the railroad tracks. Suddenly, a train is spotted heading in the direction of the ant. The track attendant becomes worried that the ant will be ran over. At the end, the ant lives to share a sandwich with the attendant. The book can be used in school when studying rhyme. ( )
  malindahodgson | Aug 28, 2013 |
Summary:
This story is about a little ant who is need of a little snack and is walking down a rickety track. Little ant is walking down the track when a big black train and his new friend Jack has to stop the train before the train reaches little ant. Jack saves little ant and then shares his snack with him as well.

Personal Reaction:
I discovered this book a couple of years ago, and fell in love with little ant and Jack. I love how the whole book is rhyming constantly. Every word goes along with one another and makes the story so fun to read over and over again.

Classroom Extension Ideas:
1. I would love reading this book to the students because how it uses all the words in the book and how fun you can use all your different voices with this story. You can also read this story when talking about rhyming words because it uses so many constantly.
2. Kids love reading about trains, so this book will have to be read when we talk about transportation or trains. ( )
  dawnfires | Oct 29, 2011 |
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