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Wilbert Awdry
Birth date: June 15, 1911
Died: March 21, 1997
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Amara's Eden
Amara's Eden rated it 4 years ago
Though the idea of anthropomorphic trains existing alongside humans is wrought with Fridge Horror, Easter in Harwick is a very cute story about secular Easter festivities, the charm of spring, and the title character's ingenuity in the face of disaster.There's not a lot to it, but it should make a n...
Amara's Eden
Amara's Eden rated it 4 years ago
Gordon thinks he's faster than Thomas, but when everyone's favorite anthropomorphic train gets loaded up with a runaway jet engine, Thomas shows Gordon who's really the fastest train around. It's a very simple story with little point, but should amuse very young children & Thomas fans.
Amara's Eden
Amara's Eden rated it 4 years ago
Thomas and Percy and the Dragon is a simple story without much plot or point. In it, Percy the train sees what can only be described as a dragon; but when he tries to tell his friends about it the next day, they mock and disbelieve him. But when Thomas pulls up to the station with the dragon--a harm...
Amara's Eden
Amara's Eden rated it 4 years ago
Thomas and the Treasure and Other Stories contains three Thomas the Tank Engine stories.A train can't find treasure, right? Wrong, apparently. In Thomas and the Treasure, Thomas follows the clues to a lost pirate treasure. It's a bit ridiculous, but probably fun for young children.In Duncan's Bluff,...
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 13 years ago
I find Thomas insufferable and the idea of intelligent, albeit childish, trains and such is really disturbing. I don't want a four-year-old responsible for my safety and well-being when I travel, you know? Although there would be more comfortable seats for napping, and more snacks available. No, ...
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