Thomas and the Big Big Bridge (Thomas & Friends) (Little Golden Book)

Thomas and the Big Big Bridge (Thomas & Friends) (Little Golden Book)

Language: English

Pages: 24

ISBN: 0307103358

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


It’s a special day for the railway! A big, big bridge has opened in the new rail line through the Mountains of Sodor. Thomas is excited, but some of the other engines are afraid of being so high. Can Thomas help them get over their fears–or will he become afraid, too?

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Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends™ Based on The Railway Series by The Reverend W Awdry. Copyright © Gullane (Thomas) LLC 2001 Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends and Thomas & Friends are trademarks of Gullane (Thomas) Limited. HIT and the HIT Entertainment logo are trademarks of HIT Entertainment Limited. All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. Published in the United States by Golden Books, an imprint of Random House Children’s Books, a division of

mountains beyond. Thomas and Henry were alone. “I’ll go first,” Thomas said at last. “Then you can follow me, Henry.” “If the wind blows, close your eyes,” Henry said. “That way you won’t see anything scary.” Click-clack! Click-clack! Click-clack! Thomas began to cross the bridge. Thomas looked up. He could see cottony clouds touching the top of the bridge. Nervously, he looked down. But the bridge was so high he couldn’t see the ground. A sudden gust of wind shook the bridge.

wind.” But Henry was afraid. And that made Thomas a bit afraid, too. “Gordon! Henry! Thomas! Hitch up your coaches!” called Sir Topham Hatt. “It’s time for your first trip to the mountains.” Percy and James were glad they didn’t have to go to the mountains. They were afraid to cross the big, big bridge, too. “There’s nothing to be afraid of,” Thomas insisted, in a voice loud enough for Percy and James to hear. “It will be easy to cross the big, big bridge.” Thomas and Henry

chugged Henry. Then, because he was the smallest, came Thomas. All along the way, people came out of their houses and cheered when they saw the trains go by. At the foot of the mountain, Henry slowed to a crawl. “These mountains are much too high,” he moaned. “I can’t go. I’m afraid of heights!” “Don’t be silly,” said Thomas bravely. “I’ll be right here behind you.” But Henry didn’t budge. He was very nervous. And that made Thomas nervous, too. “Come on!” Thomas gently pushed

chugged Henry. Then, because he was the smallest, came Thomas. All along the way, people came out of their houses and cheered when they saw the trains go by. At the foot of the mountain, Henry slowed to a crawl. “These mountains are much too high,” he moaned. “I can’t go. I’m afraid of heights!” “Don’t be silly,” said Thomas bravely. “I’ll be right here behind you.” But Henry didn’t budge. He was very nervous. And that made Thomas nervous, too. “Come on!” Thomas gently pushed

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