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THE LITTLE TUGBOAT.

McGrail, Sarah Sherman.

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ISBN 10: 0965592529 / ISBN 13: 9780965592529
Published by Cozy Harbor Press:, 2005
Condition: Fine- Hardcover
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The second printing, "sometimes, the world "littlest" and "bravest" go hand in hand, don't you think?" FINE- HARDCOVER, signed by the author. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 017564

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Title: THE LITTLE TUGBOAT.

Publisher: Cozy Harbor Press:

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hard Cover

Illustrator: James A. Taliana

Book Condition:Fine-

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket Present

Signed: Signed by Author

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The Littlest Tugboat is a cheerful children's book about a family of tugboats that works hard to guide ships up and down the Kennebec River. Tommy, the littlest tugboat, chafes when his mother tells him to stay home during stormy weather, while his bigger siblings are hard at work. When Tommy ventures out on his own, he discovers a barge carried toward a low bridge by the storm”only the littlest tugboat can save the day, and the bridge, by guiding the barge to safety.

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Sarah Sherman McGrail loves to write about local history. She's written and published several books about the history of her native Southport Island and neighboring Boothbay Harbor. So it figured that her first children's book would have a good dose of history too. McGrail says she was inspired to write The Littlest Tugboat by her neighbor, Capt. Eliot Winslow, 96, who runs a fleet of tugboats. McGrail, who still lives in Southport, published the book through her own company, Cozy Harbor Press.

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