James and the Red Balloon: And Other Thomas the Tank Engine Stories (Thomas and Friends Pictureback)

James and the Red Balloon: And Other Thomas the Tank Engine Stories (Thomas and Friends Pictureback)

Language: English

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ISBN: 1439563675

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James and the Red Balloon: And Other Thomas the Tank Engine Stories (Thomas and Friends Pictureback) by Britt Allcroft, David Mitton, Terry Palone, Terry Permane, W. Awdry

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different.” “Different is what makes you special.” And that made Harvey feel better. Out on the branch line, Percy was having trouble with the trucks. “Faster we go. Faster we go. Pull him along. Don’t let him slow!” “Heelllp!” cried Percy. His driver applied the brakes … … but it was too late. He went off the rails at Bulgy’s Bridge. Luckily, no one was hurt. Bertie arrived and was pleased Percy was all right. But he was also very cross. “You’ve blocked the road!” Bertie snapped. He was

different.” “Different is what makes you special.” And that made Harvey feel better. Out on the branch line, Percy was having trouble with the trucks. “Faster we go. Faster we go. Pull him along. Don’t let him slow!” “Heelllp!” cried Percy. His driver applied the brakes … … but it was too late. He went off the rails at Bulgy’s Bridge. Luckily, no one was hurt. Bertie arrived and was pleased Percy was all right. But he was also very cross. “You’ve blocked the road!” Bertie snapped. He was

mind.” No one had ever seen an engine go so fast! Gordon had no idea that Thomas was racing along the main line. “I am the fastest!” said Gordon proudly. “Hi, Gordon! … Bye, Gordon!” Gordon could not believe what he had seen. At last the jet engine ran out of fuel and Thomas was back under his own power. He steamed gently back into Knapford Station. “Sorry for overtaking you back there, Gordon!” teased Thomas. “Overtake me? I didn’t notice,” Gordon huffed. “You didn’t notice the fastest

balloon!” “I didn’t mean to!” groaned James. “Now it’s sure to take our passengers.” Wherever James went, he could see the balloon carrying vacationers across the island. He felt he should be taking those passengers. “Rails are better than hot air any day.” James arrived back at the station. There were lots of people on the platform. Sir Topham Hatt was waiting, too. “Well done, James!” “But now the passengers will ride in the hot-air balloon.” Sir Topham Hatt laughed. “You’re right,

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