Celebrated horror author Stephen King has written a picture book under the pseudonym Beryl Evans.
Fans of Stephen King’s adult novel Dark Tower will recognise the title. Jake, the hero of King’s story, buys the picture book in his novel.
Charlie the Choo-Choo is illustrated by Ned Dameron and is about Engineer Bob and his best friend, train engine Charlie the Choo-Choo.
Simon and Schuster describe the story as being about friendship, loyalty, and hard work.
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