Steam Engine Stories (Thomas & Freinds)

Steam Engine Stories (Thomas & Freinds)

Wilbert Awdry

Language: English

Pages: 10

ISBN: 2:00282964

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


FILLED WITH GENTLE humor and lots of photo illustrations, here are three favorite stories straight from the classic Thomas DVDs. First, Thomas is eager to hear the Legend of Proteus' Lamp. Next, James gets a new coat, and doesn't want to ruin it by working too hard. And finally, a beautiful golden eagle has been spotted on Sodor. Thomas loves birds, but the eagle never seems to be anywhere that Thomas can see it.

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passengers up and down the Branch Lines. Gordon was pulling the Express. Sir Topham Hatt came to see James. He told him to join Percy at the coal plant—at once. “The coal cars must reach Brendam Docks before the boat sails. So no dillydallying,” he said. “Yes, Sir,” said James. And he set off at once. But James didn’t go straight to the coal plant. He decided to go by the canal instead. Then he could see himself in the water for yard after yard after yard …. “Magnificent,” he puffed. James

should have listened. He didn’t feel splendid anymore. But for the first time all day, James could hear clearly. He could hear the sound of the Troublesome Trucks giggling at him. And, despite feeling foolish, even James had to smile. There are many different animals on the Island of Sodor. There are deer, cows, and sheep, and lots of beautiful birds. One morning, Sir Topham Hatt came to Tidmouth Sheds. “A golden eagle has been seen at Bluffs Cove,” he said. “It is a very special bird.

should have listened. He didn’t feel splendid anymore. But for the first time all day, James could hear clearly. He could hear the sound of the Troublesome Trucks giggling at him. And, despite feeling foolish, even James had to smile. There are many different animals on the Island of Sodor. There are deer, cows, and sheep, and lots of beautiful birds. One morning, Sir Topham Hatt came to Tidmouth Sheds. “A golden eagle has been seen at Bluffs Cove,” he said. “It is a very special bird.

eagle!” Thomas said sadly. Suddenly Thomas remembered his cars of stone and Percy! “Cinders and ashes,” he cried, and he steamed off to the siding as fast as he could. But he didn’t find his freight cars. He found Percy! He was stuck in a siding—and he had not taken the milk to the Dairy. “I took all your freight cars to Brendam,” peeped Percy. “But now I have run out of coal!” Thomas realized that now Percy couldn’t see the golden eagle. And it was all his fault! Bertie the Bus tooted

excitedly. “The golden eagle has been seen back down the line,” he called. “Hurry, Thomas!” But Thomas knew what he must do. “I must take the milk to the Dairy,” cried Thomas, “or Percy will be in trouble!” The Dairy Manager was waiting when Thomas arrived. He delivered the fresh milk, just in time. Then he set off to rescue Percy. Together, Thomas and Percy puffed slowly to the coal depot. But on the way, they were astonished to see—there, high on the rocks—not one, but two golden eagles.

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