Crack in the Track (Thomas & Friends)

Crack in the Track (Thomas & Friends)

Wilbert Awdry, Tommy Stubbs

Language: English

Pages: 4

ISBN: 2:00282959

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


What does it take to bring the entire Island of Sodor Railway System to a halt? Just a crack in the track. Well, a crack in the track and some hail on rail . . . and a toad in the road, and a fuss on the bus. In fact, one thing leads to another until just about everything that can go wrong does go wrong. Luckily, there's a breakdown train with a couple of cranes that can fix a big mess (and they don't mind the rain).

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Stubbs, Tommy, ill. II. Awdry, W. Railway series. PZ8.3 .C8398  2001   [E] dc21     00-053330 BEGINNER BOOKS, RANDOM HOUSE, and the Random House colophon are registered trademarks of Random House, Inc. CAT IN THE HAT logo � and � Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P. 1957, renewed 1986. All rights reserved. v3.1 Contents Title Page Copyright First Page Other Thomas & Friends e-books Thomas was a little blue steam engine. He lived on the Island of Sodor with many other engines. Sometimes Thomas

ache. So Sir Topham Hatt asked Thomas to help. “Peep, peep,” Thomas said to the people. “I can take you where you want to go!” Soon clouds gathered. The sky grew dark. Thunder rumbled. Plip. Plop. CLUNK. Hail began to fall! It fell on Thomas. It fell on the tracks. Suddenly, Thomas’ driver saw trouble ahead. “Slow down!” said the driver. The hail had made a crack right there in the track! Thomas came to a stop. His driver called out, “We cannot go forward, and we must not go

ache. So Sir Topham Hatt asked Thomas to help. “Peep, peep,” Thomas said to the people. “I can take you where you want to go!” Soon clouds gathered. The sky grew dark. Thunder rumbled. Plip. Plop. CLUNK. Hail began to fall! It fell on Thomas. It fell on the tracks. Suddenly, Thomas’ driver saw trouble ahead. “Slow down!” said the driver. The hail had made a crack right there in the track! Thomas came to a stop. His driver called out, “We cannot go forward, and we must not go

back.” “Everyone off!” the conductor said. “Now what shall we do?” said the people. They climbed down from the coaches and climbed up to the road. Bertie the Bus was just passing by. Bertie beeped his horn merrily. “A bus is as good as a train!” he said. “I can take you where you want to go!” All the people climbed on board Bertie. Bertie scooted down the road. “A bus is as good as a train,” the people said. Suddenly, Bertie’s driver saw trouble ahead. “Slow down!” the driver

train cannot do,” said Thomas’ driver. “We need help,” said Thomas. “And I know just who to call.” Thomas’ driver called Sir Topham Hatt and told him Thomas’ plan. “An excellent plan!” Sir Topham said. “Please thank Thomas,” he added. In no time at all, Harold the Helicopter zoomed across the sky. He landed near the people. They all climbed aboard. “A helicopter is as good as a train!” said Harold. “I can take you where you want to go!” The breakdown crew came to replace the

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