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From the Publisher:
Illustrated by Tommy Stubbs.
Ding! Ding! Ding!
Red Light! Green Light!
With the touch of a button, help Thomas and his friends stay safe at the busy crossing!
THE CROSSING can be a very dangerous place.
Really Useful Engines must watch closely to make sure that it is safe.
Here, young drivers can help Thomas give right of way to Bertie and Percy to stop for a bunch of school children. And then, readers can help the engines start on their way again.
All year round, being careful at the crossing is an important and fun part of being part of the Sodor Railway.
And this fun and interactive format will have readers stopping and starting over and over again.
Random House Children's Books
A: Great Book for Youngsters
This is a terrific book for young (under 10) children who love trains and/or Thomas and Friends stories. It's a great "interactive" book where the child pushes a red or green button when a train enters a train crossing. The sound seems realistic, too.
B: Who doesn't love Thomas?
Bought this to replace one that got over used at pre-school. Favorite among kids in lounge are waiting for brothers and sisters to get out of school. My grand kids love it.
8 6/8 in.
1.5V x 3; AG13 button cell
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