Topsy and Tim - Go on an Aeroplane by Jean Adamson

By Jean Adamson

Happening vacation is fascinating, or even getting there should be enjoyable! proportion Topsy and Tim's aeroplane experience as they meet the stewardess, the pilot, study all concerning the airport and observe that sucking candies can cease little ears from popping!

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The other four kids followed. Wind howled out of the darkness, shooting stinging snow into their faces. “Don’t shut the doors,” Josh said. ” Dink examined the lock. “This is busted,” he said. He tried both handles. “See? ” Ruth Rose said. Dink looked around. Maybe they had crashed near a house, stores, anything. But he saw nothing but snow and darkness. His eyes were tearing and his nose felt like it might freeze. “Come on,” Dink said to the others. KC left Natasha in the van, commanding her to stay.

Ruth Rose turned on her light. ” she asked. “I think so,” KC said. ” “Josh, take the light and make sure your arm is all right,” Ruth Rose said. Josh aimed the small glow onto his arm. “No blood,” he said. “So we won’t have to cut it off,” Dink observed. “Very amusing, Dinkus,” Josh said. ” They sat still, waiting to see if the van would start up again. ” Marshall said. ” Josh said. ” Dink asked. ” Marshall said. ” The kids waited. They sat awkwardly on the tilted floor. Dink expected to hear something or to see the van’s rear doors open.

A sign on the side said flowers by jo. There were no rear windows, so Dink walked toward the front of the van. He called out Natasha’s name loudly. Suddenly he heard a howl from inside. ” Dink cried. ” The other four kids came running. They wiped off all the windows and tiptoed to peek inside. “I don’t see her in there,” KC said. ” Excited barking came from inside the van. ” Dink said. ” Both front doors were locked. But when the kids tried the van’s double rear doors, they opened. Dink expected Natasha to leap out, but she didn’t.

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