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William Bee's Wonderful World of Trains Boats and Planes

William Bee

Publisher: Pavilion Children's

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Summary

William Bee is back and this time he’s showing us his amazing collection of trains, boats, planes and more.

 
There’s his harrier jump jet, which can take off vertically, his World War I fighter plane that can perform amazing stunts, the steam locomotive (peep peep!), the mini submarine, his speedboat (occasionally stolen by Sparky the Dog), and even his space rocket! Blast off!

 
The cone family are helping, or is that hindering?, with the transport, as is Sparky.

 
Perfect for every child fascinated by amazing vehicles that can fly, float, dive underwater, travel on tracks and blast off into outer space!

 
Vroom Vroom! Peep Peep! We have blast off!

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