Diesel's Devious Deed and Other Thomas the Tank Engine Stories (Thomas & Friends)

Diesel's Devious Deed and Other Thomas the Tank Engine Stories (Thomas & Friends)

Wilbert Awdry

Language: English

Pages: 7

ISBN: 0679819762

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Full-color photos. Diesel, the new engine, devises a plan to get back at Duck for causing the freight cars to laugh at him. This collection also features "Pop Goes the Diesel," "A Close Shave for Duck," and "Woolly Bear."

Age Level: 5 and up | Grade Level: K and up

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Hatt recovered. He’d been trying not to laugh himself. “Did you, Duck?” “Certainly not, Sir. No steam engine would be as mean as that.” Diesel lurked up. “Now, Diesel, you heard what Duck said.” “I can’t understand it, Sir. To think that Duck, of all engines … I’m dreadfully grieved, Sir, but know nothing.” “I see,” said Sir Topham Hatt. Diesel squirmed and hoped he didn’t. “I’m sorry, Duck, but you must go to Edward’s station for a while. I know he will be glad to see you.” “As you

least nearly everyone. Anyway, my curves are better than Thomas’ corners. Thomas says I’m always late,” he grumbled. “I’m never late—or at least only a few minutes. What’s that to Thomas? He can always catch up time farther on.” All the same, he and his Driver decided to start home early. Then came trouble. A crate of treacle was upset all over Percy. Percy was cross. He was still sticky when he puffed away. The wind was blowing fiercely. “Look at that!” exclaimed the Driver. The wind

least nearly everyone. Anyway, my curves are better than Thomas’ corners. Thomas says I’m always late,” he grumbled. “I’m never late—or at least only a few minutes. What’s that to Thomas? He can always catch up time farther on.” All the same, he and his Driver decided to start home early. Then came trouble. A crate of treacle was upset all over Percy. Percy was cross. He was still sticky when he puffed away. The wind was blowing fiercely. “Look at that!” exclaimed the Driver. The wind

least nearly everyone. Anyway, my curves are better than Thomas’ corners. Thomas says I’m always late,” he grumbled. “I’m never late—or at least only a few minutes. What’s that to Thomas? He can always catch up time farther on.” All the same, he and his Driver decided to start home early. Then came trouble. A crate of treacle was upset all over Percy. Percy was cross. He was still sticky when he puffed away. The wind was blowing fiercely. “Look at that!” exclaimed the Driver. The wind

had his doubts. “Come on,” he said. Diesel purred after him. “Your worthy Top—” “Sir Topham Hatt to you,” ordered Duck. Diesel looked hurt. “Your worthy Sir Topham Hatt thinks I need to learn. He is mistaken. We diesels don’t need to learn. We know everything. We come to a Yard and improve it. We are revolutionary.” “Oh!” said Duck. “If you’re revo-thingummy, perhaps you would collect my cars while I fetch Gordon’s coaches.” Diesel, delighted to show off, purred away. When Duck

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