Holiday Read #3: ‘The Train To Impossible Places,’ with exclusive post by P.G. Bell, illustrations by Flavia Sorrentino

Library Girl and Book Boy

Welcome to my specially updated post, all ready for the #TheTrainToImpossiblePlaces blog tour.  As well as my original review, I’m also honoured to host an exclusive post by P.G. Bell, explains how this magical tale from orally told bedtime story to published book.

“Where impossible, becomes possible….”

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When Suzy is woken up by strange banging, clanking noises in the middle of the night, the last thing she expects to find in her living room is a troll wielding a wand building a magical shortcut for an inter-dimensional train!

Baffled by a contraption which defies the laws of physics as she knows them, Suzy hops on board as the train departs and whizzes off through weird and wonderful realms hosting creatures she had never imagined actually existed.  She soon learns that she’s aboard the train to impossible places – a service committed to delivering letters and parcels to the furthest corners of…

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One thought on “Holiday Read #3: ‘The Train To Impossible Places,’ with exclusive post by P.G. Bell, illustrations by Flavia Sorrentino

  1. erinthecatprincess says:

    Thanks for re-blogging this book as I had not seen your original post. I loved reading how this book developed spontaneously from a young readers request, and then how it made it to be published, too. It strikes me that the best stories are those that come out of a need and desire to entertain and challenge the young imagination. My copy of this is arriving today so shall thoroughly enjoy catching up on the adventure…

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