Stormy's Hat

Stormy's Hat

Just Right for A Railroad Man

Book - 2008
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As Stormy, a railroad engineer, searches for the perfect hat--one that will not blow off, get too hot, or shade his eyes too much--his wife, Ida, becomes increasingly annoyed that he will not let her help. Includes a historical note about the real Stormy and Ida Kromer.
Publisher: New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2008
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780374372620
0374372624
Branch Call Number: JP Kimme 3558jv 1
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) ;,col. ill
Additional Contributors: U'Ren, Andrea

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skyekilaen
Dec 29, 2016

We read this way back when my son was a bitty thing, and he mostly was interested in trains. We read it again when he was six, and I wish I had a photo of the look on his face when railroad man Stormy started dismissing his wife Ida's attempts to help him find the perfect hat. My kiddo shook his head when it happened a second time, and said "No!" out loud, like he was trying to give poor Stormy some advice. He was delighted when Ida finally put her foot down and equally delighted when Stormy apologized and promised to always listen to Ida from then on. No one's perfect, but everyone can learn and grow.

amanda78 Nov 17, 2011

My 4 year old loved this story about how the traditional train engineer hat was created. Interesting story with great illustrations - loved it!

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