City Train

An Activity Board Book


This book is not yet published, but will be available from July 2024.

ISBN: 9781641709972 Category:

Stephanie Campisi


A vibrant and interactive board book that unfolds into a 56-inch playtime masterpiece, introducing kids to exciting cities like Boston, Atlanta, and Denver, while igniting their imagination and love for learning!

All aboard the City Train! See cities like Boston, Atlanta, and Denver on a coast-to-coast train ride that shows you all the exciting things in each city. This adorable two-in-one, sturdy, die-cut board book unfolds into a 56-inch train (perfect for playtime or room decor!). Printed on both sides with boldly colored illustrations, the book includes a handy velcro clasp to keep everything snuggly shut when reading time is over. A perfect interactive primer for teaching cities and places to kids, City Train provides that colorful, educational, and toy-like experience that makes learning fun.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 15.2 x 20.3 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 25 July 2024
Number of pages 20
Format Board book
Contributors Illustrated by Susanna Covelli
Dimensions 15.2 x 20.3 cm
Weight 300 g


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Stephanie Campisi is an Australian children’s book author living in the US. She has slept in a cemetery, has a friend who was bullied by a prince and has lived in a haunted house in a haunted town. Two of the three statements in the previous sentence are true. Or they all are. Stephanie is the author of books including Luis and Tabitha, Very Lulu, Five Sisters, Axolotls: Day to ZZZ, and Quacks Like a Duck... with more to come!

Susanna Covelli was born in a small town in Piedmont, Italy, earned an MA in architecture, and followed her passion for art and decided to attend a specialization course in both traditional and digital illustration at Scuola Iternazionale di Comics in Turin. Her art expresses her own imagination and inspiration from nature, and she has always been attracted by sinuous shapes, Baroque style, and out-of-the-ordinary perspective.