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The Little Engine That Could

Watty Piper, George and Doris Hauman (Illustrator)

Paperback

List Price: 5.99*
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Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (2/12/2018)
Hardcover (7/31/2001)
Hardcover (5/11/2021)
Hardcover (9/15/2020)
Hardcover (6/30/2020)
Hardcover (4/7/2020)
Hardcover (9/27/2005)
Board book (3/28/1991)
Paperback, Spanish (1/8/2009)
Paperback (5/24/1999)
Hardcover (10/29/2009)

Description

The special anniversary edition of The Little Engine That Could™ contains the entire text and original artwork. A laminated jacket, gold-stamped cloth binding, and colored endpapers complete the deluxe package. Young readers, as well as parents and grandparents, will treasure the story of the blue locomotive who exemplifies the power of positive thinking.


Praise For The Little Engine That Could

Praise The Little Engine That Could illustrated by Loren Long 
 
* “Long . . . adds a lushness to the spreads and injects even more personality into the characters. Both faithful fans and newcomers will enjoy this triumphant ride and eagerly climb aboard for repeat excursions.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review

* “Long has enriched this new edition with bountiful illustrations that take their palette and inspiration from the original, but are greatly enhanced by imagination and inventiveness.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review

Grosset & Dunlap, 9780593096000, 40pp.

Publication Date: June 23, 2020



About the Author

Watty Piper was a pen name of Arnold Munk, an owner of the publishing firm Platt & Munk. Arnold Munk was born in Hungary and, as a child, moved with his family to Chicago. He later moved to New York, where he died in 1957. Arnold Munk used the name Watty Piper as both an author of children's books and as the editor of many of the books that Platt & Munk published.