|This article is about the My First LeapPad book. You may be looking for the Random House book.|
Thomas and the School Trip is a My First LeapPad book based on the book of the same name.
Thomas the Tank Engine is excited to see children at the train station for a school trip, Thomas makes it through his busy day in time to take the school kids home. Join Thomas as he races back to the station to get the children home on time.
- Sir Topham Hatt
- Annie and Clarabel (do not speak)
- Terence (does not speak)
- Caroline (does not speak)
- Tiger Moth (does not speak)
- Mavis (cameo)
- Mrs. Kyndley (mentioned)
The children, Thomas' Driver, and the Small and Large Firemen also speak.
- The US version of the book is narrated by Robin Smith, while Michael Angelis narrates the UK version.
- Original music from Mike O'Donnell and Junior Campbell can be heard in the book.
- Instrumental songs of Toby, Really Useful Engine, Harold the Helicopter, and Thomas Anthem is heard, along with the Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends theme and music inspired by the show.
- This is the first LeapFrog book where Bulstrode speaks.
- In the Henry's Forest Friends page, when the bear cave is touched, part of Brahms' Lullaby is played, indicating that the bear sleeps in a cave.
- Toby was originally going to appear in the Train Yard Tune Up game, but he was replaced by James.
- Duck and Oliver were originally going to appear in the Branch Line Tasks game, but they were both replaced by Henry and James.
- There was originally going to be a page featuring Donald and Douglas, but it was cut out.
- Because this is a LeapFrog game, Edward, Henry, Gordon, James and Percy have different whistle sounds and Thomas uses James' whistle sound.
- Because Duck and Oliver were replaced by Henry and James, the two tender engines are described as branch line engines in the Branch Line Tasks game.
- In the Train Yard Tune Up game, Thomas and Percy are said to have tenders.
- In the Train Yard Tune Up game, the water tower is incorrectly refered to as a water tank.
- In some pages of this book, the children swap voices.