Thomas &; Friends: The Runaway Engine Pop-Up (kartonnage)
Kartonnage (Board book)
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Crisp, Dan (ill.)
Dan Crisp
(With full-colour images for Thomas fans to enjoy.)
Thomas &; Friends: The Runaway Engine Pop-Up (kartonnage)

Thomas &; Friends: The Runaway Engine Pop-Up

Kartonnage Engelska, 2020-09-03
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It's all action and excitement in Thomas & Friends: The Runaway Engine Pop-Up! Clear the tracks for the Runaway Engine in this action-packed Thomas book! It's perfect for toddlers and pre-schoolers who love trains and all things Thomas & Friends. With both flaps and a big bold pop-up on the last page, there's plenty to keep children entertained. Thomas likes to go fast, but one day his brakes are jammed, and he can't stop. Oh, no! Can Thomas' Driver help guide him to safety & or will there be a big CRASH? Young readers will love lifting the flaps to help clear the tracks for Thomas, and seeing the final pop-up surprise! It also acts as a first words book, with labels on key items in each image. Thomas has been teaching children lessons about life and friendship for 75 years. He ranks alongside other beloved characters such as Paddington Bear, Winnie-the-Pooh and Peter Rabbit as an essential part of our literary heritage.
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The Thomas the Tank engines stories were created by the Reverend Wilbert Awdry, who was born in Hampshire in 1911. He grew up close to the railway and was convinced that the steam engines all had different personalities. He used to imagine conversations between them. Later when he was grown up and his son Christopher became ill with measles, Wilbert told stories Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends to entertain him. Christopher asked for more and more stories and Wilbert began writing them down. The first of the Railway Series books was published in 1945, and Awdry wrote 26 Railway books in total before his son, Christopher, took over the series. There have since been multiple, hugely popular, Thomas the Tank Engine TV series and films and books.