What is in the barn of Mr Andrews’ farm? Victoria, the shiny green traction engine, gets a surprise on this fine sunny day! She is going to work and help bring in grain from the fields. She’s also really excited to see her friend, Albert.
Victoria lives in the town of Torton, with Mr Seward and his other traction engines. She’s a cheeky engine who loves to make people jump as she goes past them with a short “Peep, peep!” of her whistle. A hard-working engine, Victoria will be sure to have fun and adventures as she goes about her day.
Victoria’s Busy Day is a colourful, joyful introduction to the world of steam traction engines, with illustrations on how steam engines like Victoria work after the story. It comes from the series, “Victoria’s Torton Tales”. Filled with bright and lively pictures, it is suitable for children aged 3+, or for steam engine lovers of any age! Its large format also makes it perfect for story-sharing among the family, or for a gift.
Parents and grandparents alike have commented that their children love this book.