Thomas and the Treasure (Thomas & Friends)
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Thomas videos continually are top sellers in all markets, and the release of each new Thomas DVD has created great excitement. Thomas books based on videos also do sensationally in all markets. Here is the latest book from a video. These three stories from the newest release are filled with the same gentle humor and familiar friends as are all of the very popular Thomas Picturebacks.
Pictureback, Random House, and the Random House colophon are registered trademarks of Random House, Inc. www.randomhouse.com/kids/thomas www.thomasandfriends.com Library of Congress Control Number: 2007932551 eISBN: 978-0-375-98398-6 v3.1 Contents Title Page Copyright Thomas and The Treasure Duncan’s Bluff Seeing the Sights Other Thomas & Friends e-books Brendam Docks is a very busy place. Engines bring freight cars … cranes unload cargo … and ships bring visitors. One day,
James was big and strong. “I hope I can be as fast as James,” he puffed nervously. So Duncan delivered all his coal … as fast as he could. “Must beat James! Must beat James!” he puffed. But when Duncan arrived back at the wharf … James was waiting for him. “I told you Main Line engines were the fastest!” teased James. Duncan looked at the long line of freight cars. There was plenty of coal for the villages there! But Duncan didn’t want to lose. “Oh! Is this all you brought?” he
roaring and his boiler was as warm as toast. He steamed off to collect the children. Duncan felt happy. “James is a Really Useful Engine!” puffed Duncan. “Ah! But then so am I!” And he chuffed happily away to deliver more coal to the snowy villages. There are lots of wonderful sights to see on the Island of Sodor. One summer’s day, Thomas was given a very special job. “Thomas,” said Sir Topham Hatt, “you are to collect some very important visitors from the Mainland. They are
Thomas had to collect a very important visitor—the Admiral! Thomas was to take the Admiral to open the new Maritime Museum. It was a museum all about the sea. Salty was excited. “The Admiral is always looking for the lost pirate treasure of Sodor!” he said. “Pirates?” scoffed James. “Treasure?” huffed Emily. “Yes,” said Salty. “But no one has ever found it!” Salty told them there were three clues. “First, find the eagle of the mountains. Its beak will point to the clouds not in the
line. He was surprised! There were all the other engines! And there was the Admiral! “I am very proud to declare the new Maritime Museum open!” he announced. Everyone cheered and whistled. Then Thomas saw something even more exciting! “That’s it!” Thomas tooted. “The pirate’s treasure’s right here!” “Don’t be silly!” huffed Emily. “Everyone knows it’s just a silly old story!” snorted James. But Thomas knew he was right. “I followed all the clues!” he puffed proudly. “And you have