By Anant Pai
Rama used to be frantic his loved brother lay loss of life and the one treatment used to be tucked away on a forested mountainside some distance, a ways to the north big-hearted hanuman couldn't endure to determine their discomfort he swelled right into a immense, he flew, he battled lethal crocodiles and murderous ogre, he pitted his wits opposed to robust gods, all to convey the valuable medicinal plant, sanjeevani, ahead of it was once too overdue he introduced the full mountain to leisure at ramas toes!
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3. ] I. 1 Contents Title Page Copyright First Page Other Thomas & Friends e-books Thomas left the Yard. He went to run his own Branch Line. Henry and Gordon missed Thomas. With Thomas gone, there was more work to do. Henry and Gordon were cross. Henry grumbled as he pushed trucks. Gordon grumbled as he pulled coaches. One day, a circus came to town. Now the engines were even busier. Henry pushed the trucks. Gordon pulled the coaches. They did not grumble. Henry and Gordon liked the circus. The next day, Henry took workmen to a blocked tunnel.
Henry pushed harder. The big, scary thing pushed hardest! Henry inched backwards. First, Henry was pushed out of the tunnel. Then the trucks were pushed out. At last, they saw what was in the tunnel. It was an elephant! And he looked cross. He had run away from the circus. The workmen fed him and gave him lots of water. The elephant felt better. Henry felt better, too. He let off steam. Whoosh! Henry’s steam scared the elephant. Splash! Poor Henry. It was time to go home. Everyone laughed at Henry.
Henry felt better, too. He let off steam. Whoosh! Henry’s steam scared the elephant. Splash! Poor Henry. It was time to go home. Everyone laughed at Henry. “An elephant pushed me and splashed me,” Henry grumbled. But in the Shed, Henry told his funny story. His friends laughed. This time Henry laughed, too. Christmas in Wellsworth Down at the Docks May the Best Engine Win!