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Blue Mountain Mystery (Thomas & Friends) (Little Golden Book) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe
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In the early 1940s, a loving father crafted a small blue wooden engine for his son, Christopher. The stories that this father, Reverend W. Awdry, made up to accompany this wonderful toy were first published in 1945. He continued to create new adventures and characters until 1972, when he retired from writing. Reverend Awdry died in 1997 at the age of 85.
Tommy Stubbs is an illustrator. His works include The Birthday Express!, A Crack in the Track, and Blue Mountain Mystery. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Gebundene Ausgabe.
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Blue Mountain Mystery is the story of Luke, a little green train and a big misunderstanding. Several of the engines talk about him and say he did something "very bad" so of course, Thomas wants to solve the mystery and help Luke. Once the mystery is solved, the engines realize they shouldn't gossip when they don't know the full story. Like all LGB, this book measures 6 1/2 inches by 8 inches, has a gold spine, hard covers, and paperback pages. This story is 24 pages long, has beautiful pictures and at least a few sentences on each page. This story generally takes us about five to ten minutes to read, depending on how much we look at the pictures and talk about the story.
As I mentioned, my son loves Thomas but this story hasn't held his interest too much, compared to some of the other Thomas stories we have. One of the things I noticed in this story is the many usages of Luke being and doing something "very bad." This gives me a slightly negative view of this book but, after the mystery is solved, everything is happy again on the Island of Sodor. Thomas's character is also really good at teaching others how to be a friend and I really like that about this and all of the Thomas books.
Overall, we like this story but we don't read it too much. Despite the slightly negative feeling this book has initially, it ends on a good note. It doesn't bother me so much that Luke is "very bad" but some people may prefer to wait until their kids are older to introduce that concept. I'd still recommend this book if your Thomas fan loves to read and look at books.
I think these set of books are a good addition to the episodes on Netflix. That way the kids get an option to either read them or watch them as needed. However, I should have read better, that these are small size books. I bought a Thomas story book abroad in one book shop and it was a full size book. I was under the impression that this will be the same size and quality, but not quite so. But still in the end these are Thomas stories and in any shape or form they are a hit in our house!