A Cow on the Line
And Other Thomas the Tank Engine Stories
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. This Picture
back Book also features "Double Trouble," "Old Iron," and
"Percy Takes the Plunge." Full color.
Thomas the Tank Engine's Big Lift-And-Look Book
get one thing straight right off the bat. Children love
books with flaps. They can't get enough of them. And this
book has many, many flaps--over 60, in fact. Something else:
children are crazy about Thomas the tank engine. Translation?
Very young readers will happily spend a lot of time lifting
and learning with this big, bright, colorful board book.
Early learning concepts are reinforced on each page, as
readers are encouraged to explore their knowledge of colors,
numbers, sizes, everyday objects, and the alphabet. Thomas
the tank engine travels through the pages, starting out
early in the morning in the train shed and moving through
the stations, dropping off parcels and passengers, and finally
ending up in the freight yard with car after car full of
important objects to be delivered, such as milk, doors,
a piano, a kangaroo, and xylophones. Children should be
allowed to roam freely over the pages of this book, making
up their own stories related to the pictures they discover
under the flaps.