Day of the Diesels (Thomas & Friends) (Little Golden Book)

Day of the Diesels (Thomas & Friends) (Little Golden Book)

Language: English

Pages: 24

ISBN: 0307929892

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The devious diesels of Sodor are up to no good, and Thomas must set things right! The successful Thomas & Friends movie Day of the Diesels is retold in the classic Little Golden Book format that young boys ages 2-5 will love.

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10. Suddenly, an idea flew into Percy’s funnel. “I can ask Thomas to tell Sir Topham Hatt. He always listens to Thomas.” Diesel 10 smiled. Percy went looking for Thomas. He found him at the Steamworks—with Flynn the Fire Engine. Flynn was bright and red and everyone was very impressed, especially Thomas. Before Percy could tell Thomas about the Dieselworks, Thomas chugged off to show Flynn around Sodor. He didn’t even notice Percy. Percy’s boiler bubbled. He felt very unimportant

Because of you, none of my engines has been Really Useful.” Diesel 10 whimpered and winced. His claw crumpled. Thomas explained why Diesel 10 had been so bad. “Of course the Diesels will have a new Dieselworks,” said Sir Topham Hatt. “That was always my plan. Everything takes time. And everyone must wait their turn.” The Diesels and the Steamies worked together to build the new Dieselworks. Thomas and Percy were happy to work side by side. Sir Topham Hatt gave Diesel 10 some

Because of you, none of my engines has been Really Useful.” Diesel 10 whimpered and winced. His claw crumpled. Thomas explained why Diesel 10 had been so bad. “Of course the Diesels will have a new Dieselworks,” said Sir Topham Hatt. “That was always my plan. Everything takes time. And everyone must wait their turn.” The Diesels and the Steamies worked together to build the new Dieselworks. Thomas and Percy were happy to work side by side. Sir Topham Hatt gave Diesel 10 some

and farmhands take buckets of water from their tanks. “We must put out this fire,” said Sir Topham Hatt. “We’ll do our best,” peeped Thomas. But the fire rose higher, and the engines were nearly out of water. Suddenly, a new engine named Belle arrived. She was big and blue. Her brass bell banged and clanged. “Buffer up, Belle!” shouted Sir Topham Hatt. “We need your water!” Water shot from two spouts high on Belle’s water tanks. The flames fizzled and crackled … and went out.

invited him to join them on the tour. Suddenly, Diesel slid up next to him. “Thomas is very busy with that new blue engine,” Diesel hissed. Percy’s firebox fizzled. “I guess he is.” Belle rolled up and introduced herself to Diesel. “Do the Diesels have a place as grand as the Steamworks?” “Our Dieselworks is not like this at all,” Diesel said. “I’d love to visit,” Belle puffed. Then Thomas arrived, his rods rattling. “Steamies don’t go to the Dieselworks. It’s dark and dirty, and

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