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Newswire: The A.V. Club’s Mike Vago wrote a kids’ book, check it out

If a large chunk of your life has never been consumed with the responsibility of keeping a toddler occupied, then the simple elegance of this children’s book might be lost on you. If it has though, then you’ll likely recognize immediately the cleverness and simple elegance of Mike Vago’s Train. Marketed to kids aged 4 to 8, this is a book and a toy. It’s a plastic train (and you may or may not know how much kids obsess over trains at that age) that cannot be lost.
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