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In the new Thomas & Friends direct-to-DVD movie, Blue Mountain Mystery, a little engine fears he's caused a terrible accident and Thomas attempts to track down the truth. Little boys ages 3-6 will thrill to this full-color, hardcover storybook that captures all the fun, intrigue, and excitement of Thomas the Tank Engine's latest adventure.
In the new Thomas & Friends direct-to-DVD movie, Day of the Diesels, the devious Diesel Engines are up to no good--and it's going to take some 'steamwork' to stop them. Little boys age 3-6 will thrill to this full-color, hardcover storybook that captures all of the fun, mystery, and excitement of Thomas the Tank Engine's latest adventure.From the Hardcover edition.
It's the classic tale of the Tortoise and the Hare...set on the rails of Sodor!
Giant roving shadows and monster-size footprints on the Island of Sodor are the exciting elements of a brand-new Thomas & Friends movie, "Tale of the Brave." These two Thomas & Friends stories, adapted from the movie, will thrill train-obsessed boys ages 3 to 7. Two pages of Thomas & Friends stickers are a fun-filled bonus!
Thomas is taking the judge to the train show! He speeds up a hill, across a ridge, through a tunnel, and over a bridge. But as soon as Thomas starts to go fast--screech!--he has to slow down. A goat is in the way, the wind is pushing him back, the tunnel is very dark, and logs are on the track! As soon as Thomas gets past each delay, he gets to go fast--at last! But will they reach the show on time? Go, Thomas, go!
Thomas the Tank Engine discovers mysteries of the past--and may even find a treasure!--when a stranger comes to the Island of Sodor. Train-obsessed little boys ages 3-7 will thrill to this retelling of the newest Thomas & Friends direct-to-DVD/Blue-ray movie, King of the Railway.
The engines of Sodor are building a new Search and Rescue Center--and finding Thomas the Tank Engine is their first rescue mission! Children, ages three to six, will enjoy this handsome jacketed-hardcover storybook, which captures all of the fun, mystery, and thrills of Thomas' newest adventure.
Boys and girls ages 3 to 7 can ride the rails with Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends in this paperback storybook featuring stickers, a pullout poster, a train card game, and more!From the Trade Paperback edition.
Gigantic roving shadows and monster-size footprints test the engines' bravery in a brand-new Thomas & Friends movie, Tale of the Brave. Adapted from the movie, this hardcover Big Golden Book will thrill train-obsessed little boys ages 3 to 7.
EMILY, THE NEWEST engine, is determined to prove that she is as Really Useful as Thomas, so she challenges Thomas to a race: whoever can do the job the fastest is the winner. Soon they are off, each on a whirlwind rush around the Island of Sodor. But they both realize that speed is only part of being Really Useful . . . the work must be done right.From the Hardcover edition.
Thomas and all the other engines are working hard. At the end of a long day, Thomas discovers an old track that long ago fell into disuse. As the track becomes more and more overgrown, Thomas thinks he must be lost, until he pulls into a forgotten town that has been abandoned for fifty years. Thomas and a new Really Useful Engine named Stanley are asked to fix up the old town, but first they need to learn to cooperate. Based on a new full-length Thomas TV special and DVD, this tale has an exciting mystery element and is sure to become a Little Golden Book classic!From the Hardcover edition.
One restless night, Thomas looks out and sees a shooting star flash by. Determined to see where it went, Thomas sets out into the darkened countryside. The strange nighttime sights and noises add up to a wonderful after-dark adventure for Thomas.From the Hardcover edition.
A retelling of the classic tale of Thomas getting a job of his own. Not content with moving freight cars in the yard, Thomas dreams of more, but first he must learn about patience, cooperation, and following instructions.
It is Christmas eve, and Thomas wishes he was safe and warm in his shed with the other engines. But Thomas is a Really Useful Engine and has several important deliveries to make. Will he get home in time to make sure his stocking has been carefully hung? And when a big blizzard blows up, Thomas fears that Father Christmas may not find the engine shed at all.The Reverend W Awdry first started telling his young son tales of Thomas, Percy and the other Really Useful Engines in 1944. In 1945, he started writing the tales down, and upon their publication they were immediately embraced by train lovers in Great Britain and worldwide. Before his death in 1997, the Reverend wrote 26 volumes of stories that continue to thrill generations of young readers.From the Hardcover edition.
SMALL ENGINES, medium-sized engines, and large engines--everyone has problems with those Troublesome Trucks. But there are cranes of all sizes, too, and they are always ready and able to be Really Useful and help out!