New Voyage for Little Toot

Lodge, Sally
October 2007
Publishers Weekly;10/15/2007, Vol. 254 Issue 41, p21
Trade Publication
The article reports on the new version of the book "Little Toot." "Little Toot," which is created by Hardie Gramatky, is published in a new version which includes the original sketches of the tugboat and endpaper art by Gramatky. The reasons behind the decision to publish a new version of the book are mentioned. The inspiration behind the writing of the book is cited.


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