April 20, 2014

[Book Review] Easter in Harwick


Though the idea of anthropomorphic trains existing alongside humans is wrought with Fridge Horror, Easter in Harwick is a very cute story about secular Easter festivities, the charm of spring, and the title character's ingenuity in the face of disaster.

There's not a lot to it, but it should make a nice quick read for Thomas fans who celebrate the non-religious version of Easter.



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