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Learning Curve Wooden Thomas & Friends Belle Engine

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PRODUCT: Learning Curve Wooden Thomas & Friends Belle Engine(www.learningcurve.com)Learning Curve Wooden Thomas & Friends Belle Engine

DESCRIPTION: One of the engines from the Wooden Thomas Railway range, as seen on the 'Day of the Diesels' Thomas & Friends DVD. Features rolling wheels and magnetic links for joining with other trains. Suitable for children aged 2 years upwards.

See also reviews of Flynn, Dart and Den.

GOOD POINTS: Belle is one of the fantastic new collectible engines in the Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway range from Learning Curve.

Belle is aimed mainly at preschoolers, and Thomas & Friends fans will recognise her as the brave fire-fighting engine from the 'Day of the Diesels' DVD adventure. She is one of the larger engines, but is nonetheless a great size for small hands to manage. With a durable wooden body, Belle is perfect for standing up to the rigours of child's play, and the quality of finish is simply wonderful, from the unique expression on the face down to the attention to detail on the 'paintwork'.

The engine is an attractive bright blue colour, with a brass bell, red wheel spokes and two red water cannons on her boiler, from which she can (pretend to) shoot water to help Flynn the fire engine fight fires! In addition, her rolling wheels make her very manageable for young children to push along, whether on track or floor, and her magnetic links front and back enable her to be connected quickly and easily to other engines and carriages from the Thomas Wooden Railway family.

In our opinion, Belle is a lovely great quality wooden train that compliments the rest of the range very well, and is perfect for encouraging plenty of imaginative play in any little Thomas & Friends enthusiast.

BAD POINTS: Fairly expensive for one engine.

PRICE: £15

 

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