Cow on the Line and Other Thomas the Tank Engine Stories (Thomas & Friends)
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In the title story, Gordon and Henry laugh at Edward when some cows break his train. But when a cow blocks the line several days later, it's Edward who has the last laugh. Also included are "Double Trouble," "Old Iron," and "Percy Takes the Plunge."
wanted to rest, but Percy was talking to some engines. He was telling them about the time he had braved bad weather to help Thomas. “It was raining hard. Water swirled under my boiler. I couldn’t see where I was going, but I struggled on.” “Oooh, Percy, you are brave.” “Well, it wasn’t anything, really. Water’s nothing to an engine with determination.” “Tell us more, Percy.” “What are you engines doing here?” hissed Henry. “This shed is for Sir Topham Hatt’s engines. Go away! Silly things!”
on the Railway series by the Rev. W. Awdry.” SUMMARY: Sir Topham Hatt’s engines discover that respect for the rules and for each other pays off in the end. eISBN: 978-0-375-98422-8 [1. Railroads—Trains—Fiction. 2. Behavior—Fiction.] I. Mitton, David, ill. II. Permane, Terry, ill. III. Awdry, W. Railway series. IV. Thomas the tank engine and friends. PZ7.C83456 1992 [E]—dc20 91-21706 v3.1 Contents Title Page Copyright Double Trouble A Cow on the Line Old Iron Percy Takes the
frantic. “That’s enough!” Percy was sunk. “You are a very disobedient engine.” Percy knew that voice. “Please, Sir, get me out, Sir. I’m truly sorry, Sir.” “No, Percy, we cannot do that till high tide. I hope it will teach you to take care of yourself.” “Yes, Sir.” It was dark when they brought floating cranes to rescue Percy. He was too cold and stiff to move by himself. Next day, he was sent to the Works on Henry’s freight train. “Well, well, well!” chuckled Henry. “Did you like the
Plunge Other Thomas & Friends e-books It was a beautiful morning on the Island of Sodor. Thomas the Tank Engine’s blue paint sparkled in the sunshine as he puffed happily along his Branch Line with Annie and Clarabel. He was feeling very pleased with himself. “Hello, Thomas,” whistled Percy. “You look splendid!” “Yes, indeed,” boasted Thomas. “Blue is the only proper color for an engine.” “Oh, I don’t know. I like my brown paint,” said Toby. “I’ve always been green. I wouldn’t want to be
“Poor Thomas,” whispered Annie to Clarabel. They were most upset. Thomas was grumpy in the Shed that night. Toby thought it a great joke, but Percy was cross with Thomas for thinking he had made his paint dirty on purpose. “Fancy a Really Useful Blue Engine like Thomas becoming a disgrace to Sir Topham Hatt’s railway.” Next day, Thomas was feeling more cheerful as he watched Percy bring his cars from the junction. The cars were heavy, and Percy was tired. “Have a drink,” said his Driver.