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by Tommy Stubbs,Rev. W. Awdry


Bought this for our grandson's birthday to go with the Thomas & Friends pajamas. He really is enjoying the book and learning about day/night.

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In 1945, the first book featuring Thomas and the other Really Useful Engines was published, and in the 60 years since, the tales of. .This is a cute story about a crack in the train track that caused a big back-up of many train cars.

In 1945, the first book featuring Thomas and the other Really Useful Engines was published, and in the 60 years since, the tales of these friendly engines have become beloved classics around the world. The moral of the story is that a train is only as good as its' track, but it also provides an opportunity to talk about being patient, taking turns, and learning that sometimes things don't go as we planned. depending on the age of the child. 2 people found this helpful.

Tommy Stubbs is an illustrator. His works include The Birthday Express!, A Crack in the Track, and Blue Mountain Mystery.

Thomas' Big Book of Beginner Books (Thomas & Friends) (Beginner Books(R)). The stories that this father, the Reverend W. Awdry, made up to accompany this wonderful toy, were first published in 1945. In the early 1940s, a loving father crafted a small, blue, wooden engine for his son, Christopher. He retired from writing in 1992. Age Range: 4 - 6 years. Grade Level: Preschool - 1.

A Crack in the Track is a part of the Beginner Books® Bright & Early Board Books™ Thomas & Friends . Get age-specific book recommendations, engaging printable activities, as well as news about the latest children’s titles! Perfect for parents of children aged two–twelve years old.

A Crack in the Track is a part of the Beginner Books® Bright & Early Board Books™ Thomas & Friends collections. What does it take to bring the entire Island of Sodor Railway System to a halt? Just a crack in the track. Well, a crack in the track and some hail on rai. nd a toad in the road, and a fuss on the bus. In fact, one thing leads to another until just about everything that can go wrong does go wrong. The Seussville News.

Written by. Rev. W. Awdry. Manufacturer: Random House Books for Young Readers Release date: 26 December 2001 ISBN-10 : 0375812466 ISBN-13: 9780375812460. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.

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SUMMARY: A crack in the track brings Thomas the Tank Engine and the entire Island of Sodor Railway to a screeching halt in this rhyming adventure. eISBN: 978-0-375-98614-7. I. Thomas was a little blue steam engine. He lived on the Island of Sodor.

Wilbert Awdry (Contributor), Tommy Stubbs (Illustrator). A Crack in the Track (Thomas & Friends). Published December 26th 2001 by Random House Books for Young Readers. ISBN: 0375912460 (ISBN13: 9780375912467). Author(s): Wilbert Awdry, Tommy Stubbs (Illustrator).

A Crack in the Track is an original picture book. It takes a crack in the track, some hail on the rail, a toad in the road, and a fuss on the bus to bring the North Western Railway to a halt. Henry (does not speak). Gordon (does not speak). James (does not speak). Percy (does not speak). On the second last page of the book, Gordon's tender bufferbeam is blue. Throughout the book, Percy's coal bunker is coloured green.

Beginner Books: A Crack in the Track by W. Awdry, Jane E. Gerver and Wilbert V. Awdry (2001, Hardcover).

Good Book -GOOD NIGHT,THOMAS-GL, Awdry, Rev. Good Book. Big Bright and Early Board Book: Fast Train, Slow Train (Thomas and Friends) by Wilbert V. Awdry (2014, Board Book). Beginner Books: A Crack in the Track by W.

What does it take to bring the entire Island of Sodor Railway System to a halt? Just a crack in the track. Well, a crack in the track and some hail on rail . . . and a toad in the road, and a fuss on the bus. In fact, one thing leads to another until just about everything that can go wrong does go wrong. Luckily, there’s a breakdown train with a couple of cranes that can fix a big mess (and they don’t mind the rain).
Agrainel
We own all of the beginner "Dr. Seuss" type Thomas books. This is second from the worst (the worst being Green train, blue train). There really isn't much rhythm or rhyme to this one - at least not nearly as much as the other books. That's not a huge deal, but my ultimate goal is to get my child remembering the story, and building off of that memory into reading the words. It takes that much longer to memorize the story when it doesn't rhyme very well (although one might argue if they don't remember all the words it's easy to skip pages and make it a quick bedtime). The other beef I have with it is that there are parts that make zero sense. At one point, Bertie has to stop and unload all his passengers because of a toad in the road (one of the few rhymes). Really? There's a toad in the road so everyone has to get off the bus? Don't get me wrong, my kid believes in Santa and I am all for imagination and creativity, but sending all the passengers off the bus because of a toad in the road is too much for me. I have no desire to encourage more drama from my child!
If you have a little one obsessed with Thomas, go ahead and get this. My son likes to read it sometimes, but only for novelty. Our favorite is "Fast train, slow train" which is wonderful, rhythmic and rhyming. Second favorite is "Trains, Cranes and Troublesome Trucks" and third favorite is "Go train Go!" All three of those are excellent.
Rrd
my twin 14 month olds love it. I'm not in love with the sometimes rhymy, sometimes not style of writing. But I defer to them on this one and they hand it to me over and over, so they must know something I don't. It doesn't condense as well as Stop, Train, Stop, but in order for it to be a board book it is condensed from the original, and it's done decently.
TheMoonix
This is a cute story about a crack in the train track that caused a big back-up of many train cars. The moral of the story is that a train is only as good as its' track, but it also provides an opportunity to talk about being patient, taking turns, and learning that sometimes things don't go as we planned......depending on the age of the child.
Doomredeemer
We discovered this book at the local library and had to buy a copy for keeps. The easy flow of the rhymes makes the book a joy to read. The story is good enough and my almost 3 year old requests the book multiple times a day. He quickly learned the story and knows his key words to chime in. I hope to save this one to pass on to future generations of train lovers.
Bundis
The story was not one of the better ones but size & pictures were good for my Thomas lover.
Dranar
Adorable little book. My 1 year old carries it around and points at Thomas all day.
Kabandis
this was a very small book and a little on the cheapy side
This a perfect life story. Sometimes things happen and you have to adjust to another way. I read this to my kids 10 years ago. We still recite lines from it because it applies. SO we had to replace our copy, that I gave away. It's hard thick cover book and very durable for sturdy kids.
A Crack in the Track (Thomas  Friends) (Beginner Books(R)) ebook
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Tommy Stubbs,Rev. W. Awdry
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