Train book, Engine Ed’s Colorful Train, Teaches Computer Skills to Young Children with Educational, Interactive Computer Games

Chico, CA, November 26, 2008 --( Children’s book author, Bonnie Worthington, creator of Engine (where “Ed” means Education) has taken her children’s picture book to the schools through the world of interactive learning games. The delightful children’s story Engine Ed’s Colorful Train is the inspiration for three new interactive learning games available only at

Many elementary schools, who allow their children time on the computers for learning have embraced the new Engine Ed interactive games. There is a spelling game, a math game and a matching game that hones memory and focus. Each interactive game has different levels therefore embracing all levels or little learners. Worthington is the daughter of Yvonne Reese, long-time remedial reading specialist for the Chino Unified School District in Chino California and has inherited her mother’s love of education for children through fun, hands-on activities.

Worthington teamed up with the famous web designer, Daniel Donnelly of In Your Face Design to create the five star interactive learning games for kids. Donnelly is well known for authoring over ten books on web design and for his work with companies like Intel, Mattel and JC Penny, to name a few.

Engine Ed's Colorful Train by children's book author, Bonnie Worthington, is a full-color, hardback, storybook about a little boy who has a wonderful dream and an exciting adventure with a big, friendly, steam engine named Ed.

Bonnie Worthington
(530) 521-4820
2485 Notre Dame Blvd. #370-231
Chico, CA 95928