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by Hardie Gramatky

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ISBN:
0437440028
Author:
Hardie Gramatky
Language:
English
Publisher:
Littlehampton Book Services Ltd (December 1958)
Pages:
96 pages
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1612 kb
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Hardie Gramatky was born in Dallas, Texas, the second of three sons born to Bernhard Gramatky and Blanche . Gramatky's most successful book was his first, Little Toot, published in 1939

Hardie Gramatky was born in Dallas, Texas, the second of three sons born to Bernhard Gramatky and Blanche Gunner Gramatky. Ten years later, following the death of his father, his mother moved the family to the Wilmar – South San Gabriel area, a then semi-rural suburb a few miles east of Los Angeles. Gramatky's most successful book was his first, Little Toot, published in 1939. It became a perennial best seller, spawning several sequels, and was animated by Disney as part of the feature anthology Melody Time. During World War II, he worked in Hollywood producing training films for the United States Army Air Forces.

Praise for Little Toot by Hardie Gramatky: "I am delighted to know that this classic piece of Americana, Little Toot, will be enjoyed by readers of all ages for many years to come. How delightful to revisit the seaworthy world of brave Little Toot-that little tugboat who proves his courage and earns his manhood riding atop Gramatky's superb, water, wild waves. This book has a sweet innocence and joy that now seems thoroughly lost.

by. Gramatky, Hardie, 1907-1979. Little Toot the tugboat conquers his fear of rough seas when he single-handedly rescues an ocean liner during a storm. no toc no page number. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on December 14, 2009.

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Little Toot is a tugboat who does not want to tug. Instead, he wants to make figure eights in the harbor and bother all the other tugboats

Little Toot is a tugboat who does not want to tug. Instead, he wants to make figure eights in the harbor and bother all the other tugboats. But when he ends up all alone on the open water as a storm is rolling in, it's up to him to save a stuck ocean liner. This classic story is sure to delight a whole new generation of readers!

Little toot Is a beloved character and brings tears of nostalgia to baby boomers everywhere. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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Little Toot - is a children s story written by Hardie Gramatky in 1939 (ISBN 039922419X). It tells the story of Little Toot, an anthropomorphic tugboat child, who disgraces his father Big Toot with his childish antics. Little Toot - Petit Toot Petit Toot est un court métrage d animation américain réalisé par Walt Disney Productions, sorti initialement le 27 mai 1948, comme une séquence du film Mélodie Cocktail, puis seul le 13 août 1954.

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Bernhard August Hardie Gramatky, J. His last book, Little Toot and the Loch Ness Monster, was unfinished at the time of his death

Bernhard August Hardie Gramatky, Jr. (April 12, 1907 – April 29, 1979) was an American painter, author, and illustrator. Little Toot is a children's story written and illustrated by Hardie Gramatky, featuring a young tugboat in New York Harbor who does not want to tug. Instead, he'd rather make figure eights in the harbor and bother all the other tugboats. His last book, Little Toot and the Loch Ness Monster, was unfinished at the time of his death. Following the 50th anniversary of Little Toot it was completed by his wife and daughter, Dorothea Cooke Gramatky and Linda Gramatky Smith, and published in 1989.

  • Nilasida
I bought this for a granddaughter who loves books. I bought this for her when I saw it was just like the original 1939 book with the same text and pictures. I had this book back in the 50's and loved it. We also had a record which sang the song of Little Toot that I have not been able to find. I would love to find that record. The song started like this.............Little Toot was just a tug, Just a happy harbor tug, And something about he tried but he could never behave.
  • Alister
A baby shower invitation asked for books in lieu of cards. Since Little Toot was one of my son's favorite books, I wanted to find a vintage copy, which I did. The book is similar to the Little Engine That Could in that it lets the reader know that even "little" ones can do wonderful things.
  • Moswyn
If you like the book "little Toot" this one is a great follow up at story time. It seems all the books for sale must be reading books from a school classroom library, ours has random crayon marks and came with a little popcorn in it.
Compared to the original "Little Toot" book this story is shorter.
The Nubble Lighthouse in York, ME is our favorite place to visit, having a book that includes one of my children's favorite characters and the Nubble Light is awsome!
  • Bu
Kept my 3year old grandson interested, loves trains n boats, this story was injoyable n taught lessons on making observations as you travel and to never go anywhere without telling an adult.
  • Malann
I had not seen this book for at least 3 decades. When I did see it, I knew I had to have a copy for myself. It was the first book I ever read and it brought back precious memories.

The story is about a frivolous young tugboat that would rather play than work. This damages his own and his family's reputation. By the time he is ready to turn over a new leaf, none will take him seriously. He does get his big chance, however, and redeems himself while saving the day when nobody else can.

This is the book that kindled my love of reading and stoked the fires of my fascination with ships. In that respect, it is still an influence in my life today.

For young readers, it is a good story in terms of entertainment and life lesson. The artwork helps as well. Great for kids!
  • Hap
A little advanced for my preschooler. But well written and illustrated.
  • Runeshaper
I am 69 years old and I remember my mother reading Little Toot books to me and my brother and sister when we were little kids. I actually bought it to send to my sister for a nostalgia memory reminder. However, looking at the book I liked it because it has decent graphics plus plenty of story. Not like some children's books that barely write anything. Now I think I might save it to read to my grandkids.
Found on the MENSA reading list.