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James the Red Engine (Railway Series) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 28. März 2000

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It's over fifty years since the publication of the first Railway Series stories by the Rev. W. Awdry. To celebrate, the publishers have reissued them in six special books, each containing four famous tales of Thomas and his friends. Larger and chunkier than the originals, these books feature all the original text and illustrations and are redesigned in a way that makes every spread unique. Easier to hold and look at, this format is ideal for parents and children to share together.

Contained in this volume: "James and the Top-Hat", "James and the Boot- lace", "Troublesome Trucks", "James and the Express". (Ages 3 and over) -- Philippa Reece -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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In this story James, who has been given a shining new coat of red paint to cheer him up after his accident, gets hiccoughs, needs a bootlace, has trouble with his trucks and pulls the Express after Gordon loses his way. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Gebundene Ausgabe.

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James, who crashed in the last story of Thomas the tank engine, settles down and becomes a very useful engine. He has 4 stories all to his self, James and the Top-hat, James and the Bootlace, Troublesome trucks and James and the Express. In the first story, he and Edward double head a passenger train in which James gets too excited for his own good at the big station and ruins Sir Topham Hatt's Top Hat. Then, he takes some coaches out after being given into trouble by Sir Topham Hatt, who threatens to take away his red coat and have him painted blue. He bangs the coaches so badly that he causes a leak in the pipe which is repaired by, of all things, a passenger's bootlace. He is sent to the shed in disgrace and left there to think about what he's done. But one day, Sir Topham Hatt comes to see him and tells him to pull some trucks for him and in the end keeps his red coat. In the last story, after being teased by Gordon, he pulls the Express and gives the big engine a showing up by proving that he is not the only engine who can pull the Express after all.
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HASH(0x91b3fc3c) von 5 Sternen James the Really Useful Red Engine 29. April 2000
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
James, who crashed in the last story of Thomas the tank engine, settles down and becomes a very useful engine. He has 4 stories all to his self, James and the Top-hat, James and the Bootlace, Troublesome trucks and James and the Express. In the first story, he and Edward double head a passenger train in which James gets too excited for his own good at the big station and ruins Sir Topham Hatt's Top Hat. Then, he takes some coaches out after being given into trouble by Sir Topham Hatt, who threatens to take away his red coat and have him painted blue. He bangs the coaches so badly that he causes a leak in the pipe which is repaired by, of all things, a passenger's bootlace. He is sent to the shed in disgrace and left there to think about what he's done. But one day, Sir Topham Hatt comes to see him and tells him to pull some trucks for him and in the end keeps his red coat. In the last story, after being teased by Gordon, he pulls the Express and gives the big engine a showing up by proving that he is not the only engine who can pull the Express after all.
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HASH(0x91b4209c) von 5 Sternen Third book in The Railway Series features James! 13. März 2014
Von Grandma Zizzy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Although James was introduced in the second book of "The Railway Series", we get to know him a little better in this one. Thomas, Edward, Henry, Gordon, Annie & Clarabel are back, as is Sir Topham Hatt (who was called The Fat Director in No. 1 and No. 2, and now goes by The Fat Controller, as is explained in the forward: "Dear Friends of Edward, Gordon, Henry and Thomas, Thank you for your kind letters; here is the new book for which you asked. James, who crashed into the story of Thomas, the Tank Engine, settles down and becomes a useful engine. We are nationalised now, but the same engines still work the Region. I am glad, too, to tell you that the Fat Director, who understands our friends' ways, is still in charge, but is now the Fat Controller. I hope you will enjoy this book too. The Author" There are four stories within the book (James and the Top-Hat / James and the Boot-lace / Troublesome Trucks / James and the Express), and we love the old-fashioned feel of these books, and their small size (@ 4 1/2"h x 5 3/4"w), which is perfect for smaller hands. It was first published in 1948, and this edition was published in 2007. Our older grandson was about 2 1/2 when he became completely infatuated with Thomas, which led Grandpa and I to beginning our first collections for him... trains, annuals, but - first and foremost - The Railway Series!

There are 42 books in the series, the first 26 written by the Rev. W. Awdry, with the remaining 16 written by his son, Christopher (for whom the books were begun in the first place!) Our older grandson (almost 6 now) still enjoys his collections, but his younger brother (closing in on 2) is already showing strong interest - with another grandchild due in September, the Thomas collections have been a great investment for us.

If you're not looking to start a collection, read no further, but if you think you'd like to, we'll save you the trouble of looking up all of the titles. They are:

1. The Three Railway Engines
2. Thomas the Tank Engine
3. James the Red Engine
4. Tank Engine Thomas Again
5. Troublesome Engines
6. Henry the Green Engine
7. Toby the Tram Engine
8. Gordon the Big Engine
9. Edward the Blue Engine
10. Four Little Engines
11. Percy the Small Engine
12. The Eight Famous Engines
13. Duck and the Diesel Engine
14. The Little Old Engine
15. The Twin Engines
16. Branch Line Engines
17. Gallant Old Engine
18. Stepney the "Bluebell" Engine
19. Mountain Engines
20. Very Old Engines
21. Main Line Engines
22. Small Railway Engines
23. Enterprising Engines
24. Oliver the Western Engine
25. Duke the Lost Engine
26. Tramway Engines

27. Really Useful Engines
28. James and the Diesel Engines
29. Great Little Engines
30. More About Thomas the Tank Engine
31. Gordon the High-Speed Engine
32. Toby, Trucks and Trouble
33. Thomas and the Twins
34. Jock the New Engine
35. Thomas and the Great Railway Show
36. Thomas Comes Home
37. Henry and the Express
38. Wilbert the Forest Engine
39. Thomas and the Fat Controller's Engines
40. New Little Engine
41. Thomas and Victoria
42. Thomas and his Friends
HASH(0x91b3ff9c) von 5 Sternen I thought this would be bigger 24. Oktober 2013
Von New mom - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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For some reason, I thought this book would be much bigger. For the price, it's not a great value. It's a cute book though and perfect for my son.
HASH(0x91b4200c) von 5 Sternen Love this book 21. Februar 2013
Von Carol Blood - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Pappbilderbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Great book for preschoolers and a fun toy when they are done reading the book. I bought both James and Thomas. Hope they come out with more.
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HASH(0x91b420fc) von 5 Sternen My Son Likes It! 2. Januar 2013
Von Jaqueline - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Pappbilderbuch Verifizierter Kauf
My son likes that the book is in the shape of James and there are pictures of the train on each page. For me, I think it is too wordy compared to other Thomas books. I feel like the text is geared toward ages 5 and up; although, he always asks for me or my husband to read it. His favorite part about the book are the "real" wheels.
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