Diesel's Devious Deed and Other Thomas the Tank Engine Stories (Thomas & Friends)

Diesel's Devious Deed and Other Thomas the Tank Engine Stories (Thomas & Friends)

Wilbert Awdry

Language: English

Pages: 7

ISBN: 0679819762

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Full-color photos. Diesel, the new engine, devises a plan to get back at Duck for causing the freight cars to laugh at him. This collection also features "Pop Goes the Diesel," "A Close Shave for Duck," and "Woolly Bear."

Age Level: 5 and up | Grade Level: K and up

Bite-Sized Magic (Bliss, Book 3)

Ellen's Lion: Twelve Stories by Crockett Johnson

Bats at the Library

Beware, Dawn! (The Baby-Sitters Club Mysteries, Book 2)

Far from Shore (Disney: The Never Girls, Book 8)

The Berenstain Bears Old Hat New Hat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Random House of Canada Limited, Toronto. PICTUREBACK, RANDOM HOUSE and colophon, and PLEASE READ TO ME and colophon are registered trademarks of Random House, Inc. www.randomhouse.com/kids/thomas www.thomasandfriends.com Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data: Diesel’s devious deed and other Thomas the tank engine stories / photographs by David Mitton and Terry Permane for Britt Allcroft’s production of Thomas the tank engine and friends. p. cm.—(A Random House pictureback) “Based

so he made a plan. He was going to tell lies about Duck. Next day, he spoke to the cars. “I see you like jokes. You made a good joke about me yesterday. I laughed and laughed. Duck told me one about Gordon. I’ll whisper it .… Don’t tell Gordon I told you.” And he sniggered away. “Haw! Haw! Haw!” guffawed the cars. “Gordon will be cross with Duck when he knows. Let’s tell him and get back at Duck for bumping us.” They laughed rudely at the engines as they went by. Soon Gordon, Henry, and

so he made a plan. He was going to tell lies about Duck. Next day, he spoke to the cars. “I see you like jokes. You made a good joke about me yesterday. I laughed and laughed. Duck told me one about Gordon. I’ll whisper it .… Don’t tell Gordon I told you.” And he sniggered away. “Haw! Haw! Haw!” guffawed the cars. “Gordon will be cross with Duck when he knows. Let’s tell him and get back at Duck for bumping us.” They laughed rudely at the engines as they went by. Soon Gordon, Henry, and

James found out why. “Disgraceful!” said Gordon. “Disgusting!” said James. “Despicable!” said Henry. “We cannot allow it.” They consulted together. “Yes,” they said, “he did it to us. We’ll do it to him, and see how he likes it.” Duck was tired out. The cars had been cheeky and troublesome. He wanted to rest in the Shed. The three engines barred his way. “Hoooooooosh! Keep out!” “Stop fooling,” said Duck. “I’m tired.” “So are we,” hissed the engines. “We are tired of you. We like

“GrrrRRRrrrRRR!” Diesel had to help the workmen clear the mess. He hated it. All the cars were laughing and singing at him. “Cars are waiting in the Yard; tackling them with ease’ll ‘Show the world what I can do,’ gaily boasts the Diesel. In and out he creeps about, like a big black weasel. When he pulls the wrong cars out—pop goes the Diesel!” “Grrr!” growled Diesel, and scuttled away to sulk in the Shed. Diesel, the new engine, was sulking. The freight cars would not stop singing

Download sample

Download

Comments are closed.