Item description for Thomas the Tank Engine's Hidden Surprises (Thomas & Friends) (Let's Go Lift-and-Peek) by W. Awdry & Josie Yee...
Overview Thomas the Tank Engine goes on a special trip to the circus, with lots of wonderful things for children to discover along the way--a colorful hot-air baloon, a playful dolphin, and a barrel full of monkeys.
Publishers Description Thomas is going on a special trip to the circus, and there are lots of wonderful things to discover along the way--a beautiful hot air balloon, a playful dolphin, and a barrel of monkeys, just to name a few! Lift and peek behind the many flaps and see the hidden surprises. Preschoolers will want to climb on board with this fun transportation shaped flap book, bursting with treasures on every page!
Citations And Professional Reviews Thomas the Tank Engine's Hidden Surprises (Thomas & Friends) (Let's Go Lift-and-Peek) by W. Awdry & Josie Yee has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Ingram Advance - 10/01/1999 page 62
Ingram Advance - 07/01/1999 page 20
Ingram Children's Advance - 07/01/1999 page 18
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Studio: Random House Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.9" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Oct 12, 1999
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Series Thomas & Friends
ISBN 0679894829 ISBN13 9780679894827
Availability 21 units. Availability accurate as of May 22, 2017 05:59.
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More About W. Awdry & Josie Yee
In 1944, a country vicar, the Reverend W Awdry, wrote the stories he had been telling his two young sons about a group of engines with very recognizable personalities. In 1945, the first book featuring Thomas and the other Really Useful Engines was published, and in the 60 years since, the tales of these friendly engines have become beloved classics around the world.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Thomas the Tank Engine's Hidden Surprises (Thomas & Friends) (Let's Go Lift-and-Peek)?
One Excited Little Boy Apr 8, 2008
I bought this book for my boyfriend's son. He loves Thomas the Train and thinks this lift-and-peek book is the best thing since sliced bread. He wants it read to him every night.
Fun, but only so much Mar 2, 2008
My little one loves Thomas (who doesn't?) so we decided to give this a shot. It's ok. THere isn't much of a story, and he really likes Thomas stories. Pop up books are fun till the kids rip them apart. So a good chocie for die hard Thomas fans, but not really all that exciting overall.
Thomas the tank book Jan 7, 2008
My son loves the lift and peek part of this book. There is not much to read in the book though which was dissapointed.
Hooked Our Grandson on Books! Aug 20, 2007
This is our 10 month old grandson's first Thomas book and his favorite. The book is just the right size for his fingers to open up the book and the flaps. No concern for storyline as he spends most of the time opening the flaps. Good introduction to books for sitting and crawling babies. One word can describe the hidden object. Will buy more of this type of book for him as well as the touch and feel books.
It's okay Mar 14, 2006
My son loved it, of course, as he loves anything Thomas but it's a little boring. We have a full-sized lift-the-flaps book about Thomas which has many trains and lines up perfectly with the pictures under the flaps. That's not the case with this book. The story is short and the pictures in this book just aren't very interesting.