Little Engine That Could

Little Engine That Could

succeeds when others refuse to help. [Children’s Lit.: The Little Engine That Could]

Little Engine That Could

pint-sized locomotive struggles long and hard to surmount hill before succeeding. [Children’s Lit.: Little Engine That Could]
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(RSN) a few months ago, the director and cast reminded me of the children's storybook The Little Engine That Could.
Ignore the naysayers and skeptics who say it costs too much and is too great a challenge, he said, likening the project to the children's classic, The Little Engine that Could. "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can!" he exclaimed.
When my children were very young, a favorite book was The Little Engine That Could. We read it to them countless times, and the classic "I think I can" refrain became a household mantra.
"What began as a passion project (my little engine that could) evolved into an amazing community of inspiration, support, fun and frivolity.
We all remember the story of The Little Engine That Could. Used to teach children the values of optimism and hard work, the story chronicles the experience of a little blue engine who agrees to take on the challenge of pulling a long, heavy train over a mountain after larger, more capable trains refuse to do so.
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On the other hand, her then on-screen lover said, 'It seems it's the 15th anniversary of the little engine that could.A Walk To Remember.
Further themes of Child Mechanical literature were developed in what is likely the most well-known child train story: The Little Engine That Could. This story appeared in various Sunday school readers and children's magazines in the first decades of the twentieth century.
Parents can set up dedicated accounts on the Kobo eBookstore for children to safely explore the titles such as Llama Llama and the Bully Goat, The Little Engine That Could, City of Bones and Catching Fire.
Banta couldn't have read The Little Engine That Could if his curveball depended on it (it didn't).
I'm thrilled and honored that the Academy nominated me as a producer for the movie, and I know, as our movie, we're a little bit of an underdog, we're a little bit of the little engine that could, and taking me out of it maybe helps give us purpose, because it's just about that movie, that picture, but you know, it's OK, I'm really lucky, I'm in a great place", he said.
In 1954, Platt & Munk published The Little Engine That Could, a children's story written under the pseudonym of Watty Piper.