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Tales of the Little Engine

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Jan would like nothing more than to carry people across the mountains like the big trains do. When the steam train gets the chance to do just that, will it manage? And will it find happiness?

Together with its canine friend Mister Whiskers, the bravest little engine finds itself right in the middle of several magical mysteries. The narrow pass between its hometown of Vawick
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Published 2014 by Dovelet Books (first published May 26th 2013)
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Jun 29, 2015 rated it really liked it
When I first read Lynn E. O’Connacht’s collection of stories, Feather by Feather and Other Stories, I was captivated by one particular short story about a little steam engine, The Little Engine That Couldn’t. It was short and sweet and unusual, in that it’s a tale about encouraging someone to do their best – and how that doesn’t always turn out too well for all involved, especially if the encouragers aren’t listening to what the encouragee is saying.

So I was delighted when this collection came
Clare K. R.
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Lynn O'Connacht
Oct 24, 2017 marked it as i-wrote-it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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