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Matt is unhappy when the Sports Day gets cancelled, but Tractor Tom decides to let him hold it at the farm instead. Mo is the only cow on the farm and hence sometimes gets lonely but otherwise an ordinary cow character. Getting ready for bedtime has never been so much fun! Sweet, gentle rhymes lead the way through this book of all things down on the farm — with a goodnight twist. There are eight sheep who like to use strange non-animal objects such as helter-skelters, central heating systems, and baths. They also love to get into mischief and go into Matt's caravan when unwanted. Tractor Tom is a British computer-animated children's TV programme, produced by the Contender Entertainment Group and Hibbert Ralph Entertainment. Two series were produced, consisting of 26 eleven-minute episodes each, which was aired between 9 February 2002 and 18 November 2004 respectively. It was the first program produced by home media distributor Contender, who later went on to produce and replace with the preschool show Peppa Pig.

Follow along in this bedtime book perfect for tractor-loving kids as you say "night night" to everything from the plow and combine, to the pigs in the pen. Can your farming fanatic spot each piece of machinery and animal as you go? Fi's parents - Fi's mother phoned her once, not making an appearance, worrying about Fi's father's sudden illness, which turned out to be not serious. As Fi said, it was "just my mum worrying. You know what she's like."When Tom accidentally gets covered in flour, a lamb mistakes Tom for a sheep, and thinks he is the Mummy.

This bedtime book is perfect for farm equipment enthusiasts, John Deere fans, or any kid who loves farm animal stories as they count sheep, heading off to sleep. Wheezy is the farm's slow, old, and large yellow combine harvester who enjoys telling stories in the first series and likes to stay in the barn, which is the "home" of most of the vehicles. In "Two Harvesters", he was told by Rev that he was challenging Roly. Also, he sometimes doesn't like going out of the barn in the second series. In "The Quiet Place", his first quiet place got a bit distracted, until with the help of Tom, he had a new one. When Wheezy gets ill and Fi borrows a replacement harvester, he begins to feel useless and runs away.It is unknown if the rabbit that appeared in the first season to steal the animals' food is the same one that appeared in the second season, visiting Wheezy's "quiet place". Farmer Allsop runs the neighbouring farm to Farmer Fi's. He is mentioned many times, but made no appearances. Roly - Farmer Fi has borrowed Farmer Allsop's harvester twice when Wheezy wasn't available. He looks exactly like Wheezy but is blue and is much faster. In his first appearance in "Where's Wheezy?", he only appeared as a non-speaking, unnamed character harvesting the wheat, but his name was revealed to be Roly in his second appearance in "Two Harvesters", and was given a voice. He was a bully towards Wheezy at first and Rev challenged him and Wheezy to a race with Dusty commentating. He and Wheezy eventually became friends. Riff is the farm's sheepdog who likes to associate with the other animals, and likes rounding them up like the sheep. In "The Big Picnic", she seems to want Fi's pie. The show originally aired on CITV in the UK, and also aired in other countries like New Zealand and Australia and in Canada, where it played on Kids' CBC over there.

Rory - Identical to Rora, but only appeared in the last episode of the first season "Rodeo", when hired by Matt. He is orange. Set on the idyllic Springhill Farm, brave and resourceful Tractor Tom and his human, animal, and vehicle friends have fun and adventures at both work and play. Rora was introduced at the beginning of the second series as a white and hot pink-coloured motorbike and replaced Buzz as Farmer Fi's on-road vehicle. An energetic character who is good friends with Dusty and has a friendly rivalry with Rev. When she isn't driving Fi around, she always likes teasing Rev. She can get a bit bossy. She is never sleepy (only in "A Song for the Farm", all because of Dusty's sleep-talking and Matt's snoring).

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