Thomas rolls to the rescue after some mischievous monkeys let the animals loose from a visiting circus. Boys ages 3 to 7 will love this early reader featuring their favorite Thomas & Friends engines.
THOMAS' FRIEND DUCK likes to be Really Useful and Right on Time. One day, some Troublesome Trucks start pushing and they will not stop, and a station is just ahead! Duck works himself into a lather trying to brake in time, but ends up crashing into the station's barber shop.From the Trade Paperback edition.
Illus. in full color. Chock-full of information about the most sensitive, intelligent, and friendly of large aquatic creatures, Dolphins! should fare swimmingly with kids who read about whales and sharks. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Thomas is visiting the docks and is amazed at how busy all of his friends are! He wants to help out, but the other engines say they can do it on their own. It takes a big accident for Thomas to be able to prove what a Really Useful Engine he can be.From the Trade Paperback edition.
Thomas is rolling down the Easter rails in this step 2 leveled reader that will introduce children to reading--and the exciting world of Thomas & Friends!
For the children of Harwick, Easter and the big egg hunt can't come soon enough. But when Terence loses all the eggs in the countryside, it's up to Thomas to deliver the children to Easter. This latest installment in the popular Thomas in Town series will be the perfect fit for young engineers' Easter baskets. From the Hardcover edition.
Sodor's newest star, Flynn the fire engine, arrives just in time to help Percy put out a fire and save Thomas. Little boys ages 3-6 will thrill to this Step 1 SIR based on the newest Thomas & Friends direct-to-DVD movie, Day of the Diesels.From the Trade Paperback edition.
GORDON IS RARELY willing to help out the other engines when they're busy with work. He feels that he is above it all. Ultimately, Gordon learns a very important lesson - when he least expects it, and in a very interesting way.
IT IS HALLOWEEN, and Thomas and Mavis are working hard at the quarry in Anopha. On Halloween, Thomas is sent into town to pick up a special cargo, but he cannot see what he is pulling. Thomas loves Halloween, but hopes that his Special is full of treats, and not tricks!From the Hardcover edition.
Gigantic roving shadows and monster-size footprints test the engines' bravery in a brand-new Thomas & Friends movie, Tale of the Brave, starring Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends. This Step into Reading Step 2 leveled reader, adapted from the movie, will thrill train-obsessed little boys ages 3-7.
Thomas the Tank Engine's friends Bash and Dash are fast, cheeky, and always getting into mischief! Thomas chases the twin engines all around the Island of Sodor, trying to keep them out of trouble. Train-obsessed boys ages 4-6 will love this Step 1 leveled reader with stickers featuring their favorite Thomas & Friends characters.
Something strange is happening at the Blue Mountain Quarry, and Thomas the Tank Engine is digging for answers! Little boys ages 3-6 will thrill to this Step 2 reader adventure based on the newest Thomas & Friends direct-to-DVD movie, Blue Mountain Mystery.
When an urgent package arrives for Sir Topham Hatt, it must reach him as quickly as possible. What is inside the package? Can the "Really Useful Engines" cooperate and get it to him in time?From the Trade Paperback edition.
Based on the new Thomas & Friends direct-to-DVD movie, Hero of the Rails, this Step 1 leveled reader will introduce children to reading--and the exciting world of Thomas and his friends!
Count along with Thomas the Tank Engine as he chugs around the Island of Sodor. This companion to the perennial classic Thomas' ABC Book teaches numbers to train-obsessed little boys ages 3-7 as only Thomas & Friends can.
The engines are very excited when the circus comes to Sodor. Everyone wants to pull the special freight cars and coaches. Henry carefully pushes an empty truck into the dark tunnel to clear the track. Imagine his surprise when something starts to push back!From the Trade Paperback edition.
Percy is sleeping when he hears a rumble. He opens his eyes and sees a giant yellow dragon! But dragons aren't real, are they? Maybe it was a dream! The next day he shares his fears with James and Thomas and learns the truth about what it was that he saw. A Step 1 BookFrom the Trade Paperback edition.
Gordon loves to remind everyone that he is the fast and important train. But one day, Thomas is given a very special job: he is taking a jet engine to the airport. When the engine is switched on by accident, suddenly Thomas is the very fast and very important train! Beginning readers will enjoy the simple text full of action words (zip!) and action sounds (zoom!).
Salty is bringing a new friend to the Sodor aquarium--A SHARK! And he needs Thomas the Tank Engine's help to get him there. Little boys ages 3-7 who love trains will dive in to this Step into Reading adventure featuring all their favorite Thomas & Friends engines.
Thomas and his friends see a volcano in the new Dinosaur Park! Could it erupt? Boys and girls ages 4 to 6 who love trains will thrill to this Step 2 Step into Reading adventure, featuring a shiny foil cover and two sheets of stickers, and based on an episode from the newest Thomas & Friends DVD release, Dinos and Discoveries!From the Trade Paperback edition.
Thomas promised Sir Topham Hatt that he would carefully check all the signals on the new branch line. But when he is distracted by a carnival, he forgets all about the signals. That night, Percy has a close call on the new line when one of the signal lights is out. Will Thomas admit that he forgot to finish the job?From the Hardcover edition.
Winter is coming and Thomas, being a small engine, needs to put on his snowplow. Thomas hates his snowplow; he thinks it makes him look funny, and when he has it on, the other, bigger engines tease him. But Thomas saves the day when a big storm comes up and Toby is stuck on his branch line.From the Trade Paperback edition.
Thomas often sees his young friends standing by the stream fishing. It looks like so much fun that Thomas wants to go fishing too. One day, he runs out of steam and his driver fills his boiler from the stream. And soon, Thomas' boiler is what the driver is fishing in! In the early 1940s, a loving father crafted a small, blue, wooden engine for his son, Christopher. The stories that this father, the Reverend W Awdry, made up to accompany this wonderful toy were first published in 1945.
These three stories are filled with the same gentle humor and familiar friends as all of the very popular Thomas books. First, Thomas is taking milk to the dairy to make ice cream for a big party, and if he goes too fast, the milk will churn into butter. Second, Sir Topham Hatt has arranged for all the engines to go get a new coat of paint . . . but why was Toby left out? And third, when Neville--a new engine--is seen talking to diesels, none of the steamies will speak to him . . . not even to warn him that the bridge is out!
Stepney, a very old engine, is taking the museum cars to the Natural History Museum. James and Henry think that not only is Stepney an old "bucket of bolts," but that the museum cars carry "just a lot of old nonsense." When Stepney breaks down, Thomas doesn't want to get stuck being seen with the old dinosaur bones and relics of the past. What will his friends think, and more important, what will the children say? Thomas is in for a big surprise!From the Trade Paperback edition.