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La pequeña locomotora que sí pudo

Translated by Alma Flor Ada
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$7.99 US
On sale Apr 25, 2023 | 40 Pages | 978-0-593-52326-1
Now Spanish readers can enjoy the bestselling story of The Little Engine That Could in this bilingual edition of the classic. With all of the original illustrations and the complete story in both English and Spanish, this bilingual edition of the well-loved picture book is sure to become a favorite with Spanish-speaking children and children who are just learning Spanish.

The kindness and determination of the Little Blue Engine has inspired millions of children around the world since the story was first published in 1930. Cherished by readers for ninety years, The Little Engine That Could is a classic tale of the little engine that, despite her size, triumphantly pulls a train full of wonderful things to the children waiting on the other side of a mountain.
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. View titles by Watty Piper
George and Doris Hauman View titles by George and Doris Hauman

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Now Spanish readers can enjoy the bestselling story of The Little Engine That Could in this bilingual edition of the classic. With all of the original illustrations and the complete story in both English and Spanish, this bilingual edition of the well-loved picture book is sure to become a favorite with Spanish-speaking children and children who are just learning Spanish.

The kindness and determination of the Little Blue Engine has inspired millions of children around the world since the story was first published in 1930. Cherished by readers for ninety years, The Little Engine That Could is a classic tale of the little engine that, despite her size, triumphantly pulls a train full of wonderful things to the children waiting on the other side of a mountain.

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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. View titles by Watty Piper
George and Doris Hauman View titles by George and Doris Hauman