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ChetMC ChetMC 3 years
I don't know why Rebecca Gruber suggests that The Little Engine that Could significantly pre-dates Thomas the Tank Engine. The Little Engine that Could was published in 1930 and the first Thomas book was published in 1945. I also find it odd that Dr. Seuss is so heavily represented on this list. Seuss is hardly the only children's author with possible subtext.
Madame-Joy Madame-Joy 4 years
Why such a short list? There are so many great books for kids out there, the list could go on and on for sure...
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