Titles In This Set
To The Rescue
Race To Face
Oh no! Duffy has forgotten to put on the brake and the Little Red Train has set off down the track without its driver! Can Duffy catch up with the runaway train? Maybe with a little help from his friends . . .
When Duffy the driver is told to keep on going until the lights change, that's exactly what he does - so he doesn't even notice that he's driven Little Red Train right under the channel to France! This is a gloriously detailed book that will be a joy to return to again and again. With a minimal text and bright, busy pages, Ben Blathwayt's picture books have enormous appeal for young children.
To The Rescue
There's a big surprise around every bend in the railway track to Birchcombe village - but Duffy Driver, The Little Red Train and all their friends are ready to come to the rescue EVERY time!
Click-clack, clicketty-clack, whoo . . . eee! Disaster! The fast rain to Pebblecombe has broken down. Everyone on the train wants to get to the fair and enjoy a great day out but now they're all stuck on the tracks. It is up to the Little Red Train and Duffy Driver to save the day. Do the little Red Train speeds up and is determined to get her passengers to the fair on time. As Duffy remarks at the end of the journey, 'You're the Little Red Express now!'
Race To The Finish
The nasty Swish Train drivers have challenged Duffy and Jack to a race and the winner gets to keep the Little Red Train's very last route! When the flag goes down, the Swish Train speeds straight out of sight, but there's worse to come . . .There's oil on the tracks, sheep on the line and someone has switched the points! Can Jack's quick-thinking save the day?
All aboard! The Little Red Train is in for a very busy day. There's post to deliver, rails and sleepers for the new track, a flock of sheep for Hilltop Farm, and lots of passengers for Barnacle Bay!
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