Blue Mountain Mystery (Thomas & Friends) (Little Golden Book)

Blue Mountain Mystery (Thomas & Friends) (Little Golden Book)

Language: English

Pages: 24

ISBN: 0307975908

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Thomas is racing to solve the Blue Mountain Mystery in this Little Golden Book retelling of the new Thomas & Friends direct-to-DVD/Blue-ray movie that is sure to entertain little boys and girls ages 2-5.

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Luke dropped giant rocks down the chute, and Thomas collected the broken gravel at the bottom. Suddenly, a horn honked. Winston had arrived, carrying Sir Topham Hatt and Mr. Percival, the controller of the Narrow Gauge Railway. Luke quickly hid. “Thank you for your work, Thomas,” said Mr. Percival. “Paxton will now take over again.” When Winston had motored away, Thomas asked Luke why he felt he had to hide. “I did something very bad,” said Luke. “I’ve done bad things, too,” peeped Thomas.

Quarry. Rusty shunted trucks of slate. Owen moved equipment up and down the rocky walls. Because of the steep hills and tight turns at the quarry, the engines that worked there were smaller and lighter than other engines. They had special tracks and were called Narrow Gauge engines. Paxton, a visiting Diesel, was impressed by how hard all the Narrow Gauge engines worked. “If your wheels aren’t whirring,” said Skarloey, “you’re not being Really Useful!” Suddenly, there was a loud noise. Giant

made up to accompany the wonderful toy were first published in 1945. Reverend Awdry continued to create new adventures and characters until 1972, when he retired from writing. Tommy Stubbs has been an illustrator for several decades. Lately, he has been illustrating the newest tales of Thomas and his engine friends, including May the Best Engine Win!, Thomas and the Great Discovery, Hero of the Rails, Misty Island Rescue, and Day of the Diesels. Christmas in Wellsworth Easter in Harwick

engine darted out of a tunnel. Thomas had never seen him before! “Hello!” peeped Thomas with a big smile. But the little green engine didn’t answer. He quickly rolled into another tunnel. “Cinders and ashes!” whistled Thomas. “How strange! I wonder who that little green engine is.” Later, Thomas asked Rusty about the little green engine. Rusty was quiet for a moment, then finally answered. “I think … I’m pretty sure … it was a mountain goat.” “It wasn’t a mountain goat,” peeped Thomas. “It

engine darted out of a tunnel. Thomas had never seen him before! “Hello!” peeped Thomas with a big smile. But the little green engine didn’t answer. He quickly rolled into another tunnel. “Cinders and ashes!” whistled Thomas. “How strange! I wonder who that little green engine is.” Later, Thomas asked Rusty about the little green engine. Rusty was quiet for a moment, then finally answered. “I think … I’m pretty sure … it was a mountain goat.” “It wasn’t a mountain goat,” peeped Thomas. “It

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