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Diana Ross - The Little Red Engine / The Little Red Engine Gets A Name mp3

Diana Ross - The Little Red Engine / The Little Red Engine Gets A Name mp3

Performer: Diana Ross
Title: The Little Red Engine / The Little Red Engine Gets A Name
Country: UK
Catalog Number: 7EG 8661
Label: His Master's Voice
Released: 1961
Style: Story
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 932

Tracklist

1The Little Red Engine
2The Little Red Engine Gets A Name

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7EGm 8661Diana Ross The Little Red Engine / The Little Red Engine Gets A Name ‎(7", EP, Mono, RE)His Master's Voice7EGm 8661New Zealand1961
7EG 8661Diana Ross The Little Red Engine / The Little Red Engine Gets A Name ‎(7", EP, Mono)His Master's Voice7EG 8661UK1961

Credits

  • Voice ActorCharles E. Stidwell, Peter Ducrow, Stanley MacKenzie
  • Voice Actor [The Little Red Engine]Julia Lang
  • Written-ByDiana Ross

Notes

Recorded in collaboration with then British broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Originally issued as 78rpm discs for schools.
The "Little Red Engine" books were written by Diana Ross and published in UK by Faber & Faber.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): 7TEA.1425
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): 7TEA.1426

Album

littleredengineg00ross. ark:13960t6155db2s. Start by marking The Little Red Engine Gets a Name as Want to Read: Want to Read saving Want to Read. Little train on a branch line saves the day when the bigger engines are out of commission and gets his own special name, not just Engine 394. 2-4 yr olds will still like this - even though the pictures are in muted war time colouts. It's in the 1001CBYMRBYGU as 5 yrs, whilst Thomas is in the 0-3. Beginning with The Little Red Engine Gets a Name 1942, followed by The Story of the Little Red Engine 1945. ISBN 0-233-00147-6 and seven more volumes, Ross created a series of picture books which followed the adventures of the same character. Jan Le Witt and George Him provided the illustrations for the first volume and Leslie Wood its sequels. Ross had several of her short works read for BBC radio broadcasts for children and wrote several volumes of modern fairy tales for older children. the Northy written. but the Little Red Engine had no. they would say, , village here. and the Big Green Engine was. sad was the Little. what they had. So they fixed a special coacli to the Little Red Engine, new ly painted with the King's arms upon - '. it, and the King would ride. Follow the Author. Diana Ross. Similar authors to follow. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. Bought this for my grandsons, as it was my favourite book when I was their age - a modern fairy tale with steam engines - sure to appeal to little boys Read more. Sending feedback. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Diana Ross was a British children's writer and illustrator, mostly known for The Little Red Engine book series. Many of her stories were originally written for the BBC and were also broadcast in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. In her early years, Diana worked at the Grenfell Mission orphanage in St. Anthony, Newfoundland. In the 1930's, she held a post of a junior school general teacher and that of an art instructor. Approximately at that time, Ross also worked with Wilfred Grenfell, a medical missionary, and helped research his history, The Romance of Labrador, drawing illustrations for the book at the same time. The Little Red Engine is very busy and excited. It's carrying everyone backwards and forwards to the rocket site each day until it's built. When the Big Red Rocket finally blasts off, it's carrying the very first space passengers Who are they Product Identifiers. ANDRÉ German. ISBN-10. The Little Red Engine Gets a Name was published by Faber in 1942 with illustrations by Polish artists Jan Lewitt and George Him. The tale begins with the engine forlornly yearning for a chance to venture further afield than the Taddlecombe junction line and to be known by a name instead of merely as a number. In the same year, Ross wrote a delightful story in which a variety of garments are wind-whisked into a tumult and chased by a number of eccentric characters into a twisted tumbling climax. A marvellous match of pictures the illustrator was Leslie Wood and words, the book, Whoo, Whoo The. By author Diana Ross. List price: US. bd js shop:Shop,bd js too long for shipping label:Sorry, that's too long for our shipping labels,bd js too long:Sorry, that's too long,bd js could not find address try again:Sorry, we couldn't find the address. Please try again,bd saving percent off:0br off,bd js total basket count:0, plural, one You have b span class 'item-count' 1span span class 'item-text' itemspan

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