The Story of the Little Red Engine

The Story of the Little Red Engine Once upon a time there was a Little Red Engine Every morning as it passed by the Little Red Engine would whistle to its friends But one day the Little Red Engine didn t arrive It had never been la

  • Title: The Story of the Little Red Engine
  • Author: DianaRoss Leslie Wood
  • ISBN: 9780233001470
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Paperback
  • Once upon a time, there was a Little Red Engine Every morning, as it passed by, the Little Red Engine would whistle to its friends But one day, the Little Red Engine didn t arrive It had never been late before Whatever could have happened

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    1. DianaRoss Leslie Wood

      Diana Patience Beverly Ross was an English children s author A graduate of the Central School of Art in London, she also worked on sculpture and graphic arts and illustrated several of her own books under the name of her cat, Gri.Beginning with The Little Red Engine Gets a Name 1942 , followed by The Story of the Little Red Engine 1945 and seven volumes, Ross created a series of picture books which followed the adventures of the same character Ross wrote several volumes of modern fairy tales for older chldren and also had an un credited part in the creation of the BBC children s television series Camberwick Green.

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    1. Edited to add: Decided to quit being lazy and actually look some things up. This feels like a mashup of "The Little Red Caboose","The Little Engine that Could", "Tootles" and "Thomas the Tank Engine". Original publish year for this one is 1940, the first in Awdry's railway series was released in 1945. "Tootles" was also released in 1945. "The Little Engine that Could" first made an appearance in 1930 and the Little Red Caboose is the last in this grouping having been published in 1953. So, I gue [...]


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