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.

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don’t you want to use it?” “Snowplows look silly!” Thomas grumbled. “The other engines will laugh at me.” His driver looked up at the cloudy sky and back down at Thomas. “Well, it isn’t snowing yet,” he said. “Maybe you won’t need your snowplow today after all. “But you haven’t used it since last winter, and we need to make sure it’s still in working order. So you’re going to have to try it on.” “All right,” Thomas grumbled reluctantly. When he saw the snowplow, Thomas felt like steaming

big enough to get through plenty of snow without one!” Thomas blushed and looked down. “Please take it off,” he whispered to his driver. “All right,” said his driver kindly. “But we may need to come back for it,” he added, with another nervous glance at the sky. When Thomas started out, there was some snow on the ground, but the tracks were clear. He didn’t need a snowplow at all! His first stop was at a small station by an inn. As Thomas was pulling up, it started snowing lightly. The

big enough to get through plenty of snow without one!” Thomas blushed and looked down. “Please take it off,” he whispered to his driver. “All right,” said his driver kindly. “But we may need to come back for it,” he added, with another nervous glance at the sky. When Thomas started out, there was some snow on the ground, but the tracks were clear. He didn’t need a snowplow at all! His first stop was at a small station by an inn. As Thomas was pulling up, it started snowing lightly. The

innkeeper hurried out to unload supplies. “Mighty cold winter we’re having, Thomas!” he said. “I’ll need these extra blankets for my guests.” “Peep, peep!” And Thomas was off again. Thomas’ next stop was at the general store, where he had a large delivery to make. “Thank you, Thomas,” said the owner of the store. “With this weather, I can never have enough snow shovels, hats, and mittens! My customers will be very happy.” Thomas smiled, peeped a farewell, and was on his way once more. By the

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