Dylan is someone who notices things. His mom is someone who doesn’t. So try as he might, Dylan can’t get his mom to listen to the man playing the violin in the subway station. But Dylan is swept away by the soaring and swooping notes that fill the air as crowds of oblivious people rush by. With the beautiful music in his head all day long, Dylan can’t forget the violinist, and finally succeeds in making his mother stop and listen, too.
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Jonathan’s efforts to keep his apartment clean are foiled when a subway unexpectedly stops in and unloads thousands of passengers. Jonathan sets out on a surprising adventure to solve this curious problem.
A little boy and his older sister ride a subway to go to their grandparents’ house on their own for the first time. The big sister feels responsible, yet her brother doesn’t listen to her.
Although the passengers of the D train speak different languages, they work together to rescue a frightened bird.