Blue Mountain Mystery (Thomas & Friends) (Little Golden Book)

Blue Mountain Mystery (Thomas & Friends) (Little Golden Book)

Language: English

Pages: 24

ISBN: 0307975908

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Thomas is racing to solve the Blue Mountain Mystery in this Little Golden Book retelling of the new Thomas & Friends direct-to-DVD/Blue-ray movie that is sure to entertain little boys and girls ages 2-5.

















Luke dropped giant rocks down the chute, and Thomas collected the broken gravel at the bottom. Suddenly, a horn honked. Winston had arrived, carrying Sir Topham Hatt and Mr. Percival, the controller of the Narrow Gauge Railway. Luke quickly hid. “Thank you for your work, Thomas,” said Mr. Percival. “Paxton will now take over again.” When Winston had motored away, Thomas asked Luke why he felt he had to hide. “I did something very bad,” said Luke. “I’ve done bad things, too,” peeped Thomas.

“Once, I steamed right past a Danger sign and fell into a mine! And I’m still here.” Luke giggled. The two new friends were so busy talking that they didn’t hear Paxton puff up behind them. Paxton listened quietly as Luke told his story. “I first came to the Island of Sodor on a boat,” said Luke. “Next to me was a little yellow engine. He was chained to the deck like I was. He had come from far away. “A storm blew in, and the ship was tossed around on the waves. My chains rattled something

“Help!” Thomas peeped. Just then, Luke came around a bend. “Watch out, Thomas!” cried Diesel. “He’s going to push you off! Just like he did to that yellow engine!” Everyone waited. They watched as Luke slowly rolled toward Thomas. “Don’t worry, Thomas,” said Luke. “I’ll pull you back to Owen.” Luke buffered gently up to Thomas and slowly but surely pulled him back toward the platform. “You’re doing it, Luke!” whistled Thomas. Luke felt stronger than he had ever felt before. Luke got

stones were falling from Blondin Bridge! “Fenders and fireboxes!” shouted Peter Sam. “The bridge isn’t safe! No one must cross it!” At that moment, Rheneas was rolling down from the Upper Terrace. He tried to stop, but his heavy trucks pushed him toward the dangerous bridge. He sped up so he could race across the bridge before it collapsed. Rheneas made it! The bridge thundered apart behind him as he skidded to a stop at the bottom of the hill. Everyone was relieved that the danger was over.

other engines whistled in agreement. “Luke hides here at the Blue Mountain Quarry because he is scared,” Skarloey said. “Once, long ago, Luke did something very bad. He thinks if anyone finds him, he will be sent away from Sodor forever. That’s why we make sure he always stays hidden.” Thomas promised to keep the secret locked in his funnel. When Thomas had finished working that night, he decided he needed some time to think. So he steamed to a quiet hill by himself. “What did Luke do that

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