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Little Toot on the Grand Canal.

by Hardie Gramatky

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Published by World"s Work in Tadworth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published, New York, Putnam, 1968.

SeriesA World"s Work children"s book
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15044530M
ISBN 100437440052
OCLC/WorldCa438748

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Little Toot, the playful tugboat of the New York waterways, again crosses the Atlantic Ocean, This time he goes with his father to Venice. In that storied city of canals, he is enchanted by St. Mark's Square, the famous glassblowers, and the frien.   Hardie wrote various other stories on character vehicles - including Hercules the old-fashioned Fire Engine, Loopy the Airplane, Creeper's Jeep and Sparky the Trolley Car - but it was Little Toot who became the most familiar. Hardie wrote and illustrated five more stories in the series, which has seen the little Tugboat visit the River Thames of Britain, the Grand Canal of Italy, the.

  Other books. Little Toot series. Little Toot. Little Toot on the Thames. Little Toot on the Grand Canal. Little Toot on the Mississippi. Little Toot through the Golden Gate. Little Toot and the Loch Ness Monster. Hercules. Loopy. Sparky. Homer And The Circus Train. Bolivar. Nikos And The Sea God. Happy's Christmas. Creeper's Jeep. 'Little Toot' revisited. publication of a restored new edition of Hardie Gramatky's classic children's book, "Little Toot." Little Toot on the Grand Canal, Little Toot on the Mississippi.


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Little Toot on the Grand Canal by Hardie Gramatky Download PDF EPUB FB2

Little Toot, the playful tugboat of the New York waterways, again crosses the Atlantic Ocean. This time he goes with his father to Venice. In that storied city of canals, he is enchanted by St.

Marks Square, the famous glassblowers and the friendly Venetians/5. Little Toot on the Grand Canal Hardcover – January 1, by Hardie Gramatky (Author)/5(3). The original Little Toot book contained no violence. Little Toot the tugboat is driving around Venice while we learn of some unique aspects about life in Venice.

The last thing we learn is that there are still special police who are in charge of watching and protecting the /5(3). Little Toot on the Grand Canals Hardcover – January 1, by hardie gramatky (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(3).

Little Toot on the waterways of the world. This stopover's a string of picture postcards (the Doge's Palace, St. Mark's, the bronze horses, the pigeons, etc., etc.) until pirates ransack the city; then Little Toot, chased back into the glassblowers' shop, emerges blowing bubbles of Little Toot on the Grand Canal.

book Venetian glass, which the pirates mistake for jewels, chase through the streets and courtyards, over. by Hardie Gramatky. Little Toot visits the beautiful palaces of Venice, travels its secluded waterways, and learns to blow Venetian glass bubbles which help him to save the city from a ship of thieving pirates.

Little Toot visits the beautiful palaces of Venice, travels its secluded waterways, and learns to blow Venetian glass bubbles which help him to save the city from a ship of thieving pirates.5/5(2).

Little Toot on the Grand Canal by Hardie Gramatky: 3: Little Toot on the Mississippi by Hardie Gramatky: 4: Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher.

For now. 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."--Eric Carle "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/5(87).

Yesterday marked my reacquaintance with "Little Toot", a story I first read decades ago as a child. It's a wonderful, heartwarming story - complete with colorful illustrations - of a little tugboat long used to frolicking on the river among the other, bigger, oceangoing tugboats, who finds himself put to the test one night and discovers much more about himself than he had thought possible/5.

Little Toot, the friendly little tug with the cheerful whistle, turned cosmopolitan when he tried to bring in a tramp steamer and instead got towed to London. From the confused harbor, he went for a leisurely float up the Thames, taking in the important sights.

He was sent home in disgrace after he blocked the way in a boat race, but demonstrated his heroism by staying up all night protecting.

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[Hardie Gramatky] -- Little Toot visits the beautiful palaces of Venice, travels its secluded waterways, and learns to blow Venetian glass bubbles which help him to save the city from a ship of thieving pirates.

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Inscribed by the author/illustrator, Hardie Gramatky, on the title page, with an ink drawing of Little Toot. Third in the series of children's books that started with 's Little Toot, Little Toot on the Grand Canal tells the story of the adventurous tugboat's trip to Venice with his father, Big : Hardie Gramatky.Gramatky - Little Toot on the Grand Canal - Pg.

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This stopover's a string of picture postcards (the Doge's Palace, St. Mark's, the bronze horses, the pigeons, etc., etc.) until pirates ransack the city; then Little Toot, chased back into the glassblowers' shop, emerges blowing bubbles of varicolored Venetian glass, which the pirates mistake for jewels, chase through the streets and courtyards, over Seller Rating: % positive.