This iBook is not connected with the official The Little Engine That Could™ book published by Penguin Young Readers Group and is not authorized by Penguin. The Little Engine That Could" is a special project as it was the first known story to highlight a female character as a motorized heroine. Mabel C. Bragg, a Boston school teacher, is attributed as the originator of this famous story. Her version was formally published in 1920 by Olive Beaupre Miller, a female entrepreneur who began The Book House for Children publishing company. Various versions of the story have since been produced, and is now considered one of the best all-time stories in children's literature.
Music by: Nate Lee
Narration by: Bob Workmon, Allison David, and Noel Hunter.
Digitally compiled: by David Stith.
That was so sweet I read that to my Memaw And she loved it so much Kai, 8 Devon, 7 Love Memaw55
Very cute!! My kids loved the story.45
The little engine that could provides a 👍🏼 lesson for kids about helping others. It's fun and easy to use. I 😍!!!55
Um I didn't like the name the Train of cars or the mean trains but I liked the rest35
As a sixteen year old high schooler, I have never read such a great book in my life. It has inspired me to do great things in life just by believing. I would like to personally thank the author to influencing my life in such a way I've become a better person. Thank You Again!!!55
My grandson loves trains and when I found he hadn't heard of this story I went looking for it. I was so glad to find this! Thank you!55
The best book to instill55