VTT002 / ISBN 978-0-9955245-1-4
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?
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Pop the steam engine really wants to leave the barn that he's been stuck in for so long. It's damp and cold, and he's surrounded by junk. He'd love to be out in the sun, working with his friends, but can he do it?
With a broken safety valve stopping him from holding steam, Pop is hoping his friend Victoria, and Mr Seward will help him. And indeed, Victoria is anxious that Pop gets help too, but when she asks Mr Seward, he appears to be very busy.
Pop Comes to Seward's Yard is a vivid and cheerful tale that also introduces young learners to the fascinating world of steam traction engines. This second book in the series, Victoria's Torton Tales, is packed with colourful, lively pictures. At the end of the book you're even shown how a steam traction engine like Victoria works!
It is suitable for children aged 3+, or for steam fans of all ages. Its large pages also make it great for story nights among the family, or for a gift. It can be conveniently 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 "Pop Comes to Sewards' Yard" from Victoria's Torton Tales.
There's nothing more enjoyable than spending quality time with your children or grand children. Reading a delightful story with them is always very rewarding. Victoria's Torton Tales are the perfect introduction to the world of steam traction engines; with bright, colourful pictures that children love. At the end of each book you're even shown how a steam engine like Victoria works!
Pop had been in the barn at Mr. Andrews’ farm for quite a long time. His safety valve was broken, which meant he couldn’t hold enough steam to work anymore.
A few weeks earlier Victoria and Mr. Seward were helping with the harvest at the farm; bringing the grain from the threshing machine to where it was stored in the farmyard. They had seen Pop in the barn and Victoria had asked Mr. Seward if he would help him.
Mr. Seward had said “I don’t see why not, but, it’ll have to wait until we've finished getting the grain in.”
After this, Pop was really hoping Victoria and Mr. Seward would help make him better.
But, as the weeks passed, Pop had nearly given up hope of ever having a fire in him and raising steam again.
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||978-0-9955245-1-4 | 0995524513|
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