VTT001 / ISBN 978-0-9955245-0-7
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.
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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. It can also be combined with a Victoria's Torton Tales birthday card, complete with a picture to colour in on the inside.
Parents and grandparents alike have commented that their children love this book.
Children absolutely love the story of "Victoria's Busy Day" from Victoria's Torton Tales.
Victoria was a shiny green traction engine, with two large back wheels and two smaller wheels at the front. She had three brass bands around her boiler and a tall, elegant, black chimney with a gleaming brass top.
She lived with Mr. Seward and his other traction engines in the small town of Torton.
Mr. Seward and his engineer, George, would steam her from farm to farm helping with the harvest. When the harvest was finished, Victoria would pull wagons stacked high with all sorts of things, from bricks, gravel, soil and tar, to even furniture, making deliveries all over the place.
Victoria was a very hard working engine and enjoyed having fun too. While puffing through the villages and towns, she would see how many people would jump when she gave a quick “Peep, peep!” on her whistle.
I have two very happy boys this morning. Thank you for our book.
Fab books x
Brilliant books my 3 year old loves it especially when victoria is a marshall the same as ours
My granddaughter loves these books awaiting next.
Look forward to reading these with my granddaughter.
|Number of Pages||24|
|Number of Illustrations||11|
|ISBN||978-0-9955245-0-7 | 0995524505|
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