Tale of the Brave (Thomas & Freinds)

Tale of the Brave (Thomas & Freinds)

Wilbert Awdry

Language: English

Pages: 4

ISBN: B015UUKIJ2

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Gigantic roving shadows and monster-size footprints test the engines' bravery in a brand-new Thomas & Friends movie, Tale of the Brave. Adapted from the movie, this Little Golden Book will thrill train-obsessed little boys and girls ages 2 to 5.

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braver than you’ll ever be,” Percy puffed. James didn’t like Percy’s attitude. “If you’re so brave, why have you stopped at the danger signs?” Then James saw something in the moonlight. It had claws and teeth. “The monster!” wheeshed James. He tried to back up, but the walls began to rumble and tumble. “It’s a landslide!” Percy peeped. “Go forward, James!” Percy pushed James out of the way. Mud slid down. And the monster’s head started moving toward Percy! That was when Percy made a

braver than you’ll ever be,” Percy puffed. James didn’t like Percy’s attitude. “If you’re so brave, why have you stopped at the danger signs?” Then James saw something in the moonlight. It had claws and teeth. “The monster!” wheeshed James. He tried to back up, but the walls began to rumble and tumble. “It’s a landslide!” Percy peeped. “Go forward, James!” Percy pushed James out of the way. Mud slid down. And the monster’s head started moving toward Percy! That was when Percy made a

Percy wheeshed. “Don’t be silly, Percy. There’s no such things as monsters.” Percy couldn’t stop thinking about monsters. As he came to the top of a hill, he saw a strange shape in the distance. “What’s that?” Percy puffed. “I hope it’s not … a MONSTER!” “I don’t usually get mistaken for a monster,” the big engine tooted. “But they do call me Gator. It seems folks think I look like an alligator.” Everywhere Percy went that night, he thought he saw strange creatures. Trees and haystacks

peeped. “Help!” James realized it was only a pile of broken metal. Down at the docks, Percy saw Gator. “I’m heading across the sea soon,” Gator puffed. “I wish I were as brave as you,” Percy peeped. “Being brave is not the same as not feeling scared, Percy. Being brave is what you do even when you feel scared.” Percy decided to be brave and pull the mail trucks that night. His boiler bubbled boldly as he chugged across the countryside. Nothing scared him. “Gator is right,” he tooted. “I

give Percy a fright. You need to find him and apologize.” The two engines split up to find Percy. Percy found Gator on his ship. “I’m going far away,” Percy puffed. “I’ll show everyone how brave I can be!” Gator thought for a moment. “Running away from your problems is not very brave, Percy.” Thomas chugged across Sodor, looking for Percy. But when he heard a distant ship blow its horn, a terrible thought flew into his funnel. “Oh, no!” Thomas peeped. “I know where Percy is going!” “Percy,

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