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THE RAILWAY CHILDREN
Transcript of THE RAILWAY CHILDREN
1. The importance of family love
· Bobbie and her siblings have loving parents. After their father is taken away, Mother is very sad but she does not tell the children and the children do not ask questions so that their mother will not be upset.
· The children always work together to solve problems, for example when their mother is ill and needs special food and when they have to save the train.
2 2. Facing life’s challenges with courage
· The children and their mother face problems bravely. Mother does not show how sad she is and works hard to provide for the children.
· When a landslide covers the railway tracks, the children act with courage to save the train from a terrible accident.
THE RAILWAY CHILDREN
This story was written by Edith Nesbith and was published in United Kingdom in 1906
The publisher of this book was Wells Gardner, Darton
The first copy had 309 pages plus in hard cover
Were addicted in 4 times in 1951(BBC),1957(BBC),1968(BBC),1970(film),2000(Carton Television)
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1895 Tick Tock, Tales of the Clock
1895 Pussy Tales
1895 Doggy Tales
1897 The Children's Shakespeare
1897 Royal Children of English History
1898 The Book of Dogs
1899 Pussy and Doggy Tales
1900 The Book of Dragons
1901 Nine Unlikely Tales
1902 The Revolt of the Toys
1903 The Rainbow Queen and Other Stories
1903 Playtime Stories
1904 The Story of Five Rebellious Dolls
1904 Cat Tales
1905 Oswald Bastable And Others
1905 Pug Peter, King of Mouseland
1907 Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare (reprint of The Children's Shakespeare)
1908 The Old Nursery Stories
1912 The Magic World
1972 The Complete Book Of Dragons later republished as The Last Of The Dragons
1982 Melisande (story reprinted from Strand Magazine (1900))
1987 The Cockatoucan (story reprinted from Strand Magazine (1900))
2012 Classic Princesses (Three stories from The Old Nursery Stories), in three versions illustrated by Edmund Dulac, Warwick Goble, or W.H. Margetson.
2012 Fairy Tale Heroes (Three stories from The Old Nursery Stories), illustrated by W.H. Margetson.
2013 Cinderella (From The Old Nursery Stories), illustrated by Arthur Rackham.
2013 The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood (From The Old Nursery Stories), illustrated by Arthur Rackham.
2013 The Caves and the Cockatrice: Stories of Heroic Geeks, edited by Kristen Bancroft. (Also includes a novella by Andrew Lang.)
2013 Four Ways to Irritate a Fairy, edited by Kristen Bancroft.
NOW HE ONLY BECOMES ONE OF THE LEGEND AURTHOR~
1. Family love and loyalty
The children show their love for their mother by not asking questions about their father. They are loyal to their father and never forget him.
2. Kindness and compassion
The station master lets Peter go when he learns that the family is too poor to buy coal.
The children are brave to confess that they have taken the coal and they also tell their mother that they asked a stranger to get the things the doctor asked them to get for her.
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