Victoria lives in the town of Torton, with Mr Seward and his other steam 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.
All these storybooks are filled with bright and lively pictures, suitable for children aged 3+, or for steam engine lovers of any age! Large format also makes them perfect for story-sharing among the family, or for gifts.
Parents and grandparents alike have commented that their children love these books.
Victoria’s Busy Day – The first story in the series Victoria’s Torton Tales about Victoria the steam traction engine and her friends. Victoria likes nothing more than spending a busy day working with her owner, Mr. Seward, and friend Albert, bringing the sacks of corn in from the fields. Today there’s a surprise when Victoria discovers something in the barn at Mr. Andrews’ farm.
Pop Comes to Seward’s Yard – The second story in the series Victoria’s Torton Tales. It had been quite some time since poor old Pop was last in steam and helping Mr Andrews on his farm. When Pop was found by Victoria and Mr. Seward they said they would help him, but that was weeks ago! Pop longed to be out in the sunshine instead of being stuck in a cold, damp and dusty barn with junk piled up around him. Will he ever leave the barn again?
Roser and Tanner Steam Roller Friends – The third story in the series Victoria’s Torton Tales. It’s an early start for best friends, Roser and Tanner, the steam rollers. As usual, Tanner wants to get going, and Roser is happy to be out and about with his friend. On this trip, Tanner is given the chance to try something new, that normally only Roser does. Will she do it?
Victoria and the Teddy Bear – The fourth story in the series Victoria’s Torton Tales. It’s only a few days until the Teddy Bears’ Picnic Party, and Victoria is very excited to be going. She would really like to take a teddy bear of her own to the picnic, but Mr Seward doesn’t have one for her, so asks Mrs Seward if she can help?
Victoria Meets Finnigan – The fifth story in the series Victoria’s Torton Tales. Victoria and Pop always enjoy sunny days and the peace and quiet of the countryside at Mr Seward’s yard. Today they hear a strange noise coming up the road. It sounds like a very loud purring cat! What could it be?