Thomas Gets a Snowplow (Thomas & Friends) (Pictureback(R))

Thomas Gets a Snowplow (Thomas & Friends) (Pictureback(R))

Language: English

Pages: 24

ISBN: 0375827838

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Winter is coming and Thomas, being a small engine, needs to put on his snowplow. Thomas hates his snowplow; he thinks it makes him look funny, and when he has it on, the other, bigger engines tease him. But Thomas saves the day when a big storm comes up and Toby is stuck on his branch line.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

here to help you!” called Thomas. Thomas crept past Toby and switched onto the same track. He carefully backed up to Toby. His driver jumped down and hooked them together. “Now pull!” his driver called. Thomas pulled. He pulled as hard as he could. Slowly but surely, Toby began to move. And slowly but surely, Thomas pulled Toby through the snowstorm. “Thank you, Thomas,” said Toby. “I would’ve been out in the cold all night if it weren’t for you and your snowplow. I wish a snowplow would fit

here to help you!” called Thomas. Thomas crept past Toby and switched onto the same track. He carefully backed up to Toby. His driver jumped down and hooked them together. “Now pull!” his driver called. Thomas pulled. He pulled as hard as he could. Slowly but surely, Toby began to move. And slowly but surely, Thomas pulled Toby through the snowstorm. “Thank you, Thomas,” said Toby. “I would’ve been out in the cold all night if it weren’t for you and your snowplow. I wish a snowplow would fit

away. He really didn’t want to put it on, but he had agreed. So with a few turns of a screw and a few twists of a bolt, Thomas had a snowplow attached to his front. “There now!” said his driver. “It fits perfectly.” Just then, James and Henry pulled out of the shed and saw Thomas. “Ha! Look, Henry,” said James. “Thomas is wearing a snowplow! It looks like a tin can!” The two engines chuckled and chortled. “It’s not even snowing! I wouldn’t need a snowplow in this weather,” Henry said. “I’m

time Thomas made his last stop, it was snowing hard. The trip home was very difficult. The snow was piling up on the tracks, and it was hard to see. Thomas just went steadily on, concentrating on his warm shed and the other engines waiting for him at the end of the line. See, Thomas thought, I can do this without a silly snowplow. Finally, Thomas managed to get back to the shed. Percy, James, and Henry were talking about the snow. “I’ve never seen it snow so hard,” said Percy. Suddenly Sir

were off. Thomas’ driver looked with concern at the swirling snowstorm. “I’m putting on your snowplow,” he said. “I have a bad feeling about this snow.” So with a few turns of a screw and a few twists of a bolt, Thomas had his snowplow on again. Just then, the engines saw a strange sight. It was hard to tell in the thick snow, but it looked like Henry, backing up into the yard. “I couldn’t make it,” Henry steamed as he came closer. “The track was covered in snow. I almost got stuck. I could

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