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The Little Engine That Could (Little Golden #548 59c) by Watty Piper - Hardcover - 7th Printing - 1978  - from Renee Scriver and

The Little Engine That Could (Little Golden #548 59c)

by Watty Piper

Condition: Good

Golden Press, 1978 . 7th Printing. Hardcover. Good . George and Doris Hauman. 1978 copyright; there are water stains/damage on the front cover; the inner pages are free of markings, notes, or highlighting; there is wear on the corners and edges;

Everyone loves The Little Engine That Could, that classic tale of the determined little engine that, despite its size, triumphantly pulls a train full of toys to the waiting children on the other side of a mountain. The Little Engine that Could is an American fairytale that gained popularity and became a classic children’s book in 1930 when published by Platt & Munk under the pen name Watty Piper. An earlier version of the story was printed in the New York Tribune in 1906, and in the same year in a Sunday School publication Wellspring for Young People under the title “Thinking One Can.” The 1954 Platt & Munk version with illustrations by George and Doris Hauman is the best-known version of this book. -


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