A good example of pioneer feminist lore, with girl engine as 'hero.' --Publishers Weekly. The classic story of optimistic thinking that has delighted generations of children is w available in this easy-to-read adaptation and the first sequel in 50 years.
Watty Piper is the pseudonym of Arnold Munk, author behind the classic retelling of The Little Engine That Could and cofounder of Platt & Munk Publishers (now part of Grosset & Dunlap.) Munk s retelling of the beloved children s tale has sold millions of copies since its 1930 publication and inspired generations to believe they can.