Train to Somewhere
Family Relationships; Orphanage; Adoption; Foster care; orphans; adopted children; foster parents; foster children
In the late 1800s, Marianne travels westward on the Orphan Train in hopes of being placed with a caring family.
Booklist Book Review Stars, Feb. 1,1996 American Library Association; Booklist Editors' Choice: Books for Youth,1996 American Library Association; Children's Catalog, Eighteenth Edition,2001 H.W. Wilson; Children's Catalog, Nineteenth Edition,2006 H.W. Wilson; Kirkus Book Review Stars,1996; Notable Children's Books,1997 ALSC American Library Association; Publishers Weekly Book Review Stars, February,1996 Cahners; Recommended Literature: Kindergarten through Grade Twelve,2002 California Department of Education; School Library Journal Book Review Stars, March,1996 Cahners; Arkansas Diamond Primary Book Reading List, 1998-1999; Nominee Arkansas; Charlie May Simon Children s Book Award, 1998-1999; Nominee Arkansas; Pennsylvania Young Readers' Choice Award, 1999-2000; Nominee Pennsylvania; South Carolina Children's Book Award, 1999; Nominee South Carolina; Texas Bluebonnet Award, 1997-1998; Nominee Texas; Jefferson Cup Award, 1997 Honor Book Virginia
train; train station; homeless; belonging; elder couple
Bunting, Even, "Train to Somewhere" (1996). DIVerse Families. 656.