Tracy Tractor And The Little People

Tracy Tractor And The Little People

Tracy Tractor And The Little People

Tracy Tractor And The Little People


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Tracy Tractor and his hardworking cousins love helping Farmer Bean with his many chores until, one day, the Farmer falls ill and is unable to harvest his crops. Tracy comes to the rescue of Bean Acres Farm by teaming up with the enchanted Little People that live in the forest, who can only be seen by children (and Tracy).

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798218059613
Publisher: Richard T. Robertson
Publication date: 10/01/2022
Pages: 34
Sales rank: 1,136,274
Product dimensions: 8.25(w) x 10.75(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range: 1 - 7 Years

About the Author

Collins Trafton Robertson was born in 1908 in Portsmouth, VA where, beginning in 1932, he was a radio announcer and morning-show host at WTAR-AM. His popular show, Sunrise Serenade, began at 6 a.m. when he woke up his audience to the chattering of the "original" chipmunks by playing 48-rpm records at 78 rpm and then played music and dispensed the homespun wisdom of "Ol' Grandpappy."During his career, he was also the presidential announcer in Washington, DC, covering Franklin D. Roosevelt's fireside chats for the Mutual Broadcasting network. He also worked on the CBS staff in New York, Tulsa and Charlotte.Trafton wrote Tracy Tractor and the Little People in 1939 for his then one-year-old daughter, Carolyn. The original typed manuscript was discovered by her daughter, Pegge, tucked away in a closet, after she had passed away in 2022. This book is his son Dick and his granddaughter's tribute to their father and grandfather.

Katie Roen was born and currently resides in Los Angeles, California. She works as a freelance illustrator with a degree in Entertainment Arts. Growing up, she was surrounded by art and developed a strong connection to drawing. Katie studied the arts first in New York City at Parsons School of Design, then Los Angeles at ArtCenter College of Design.She focuses primarily on story, utilizing elements of design and painting to give life to characters in their environments.She crafts stories and creates intricate worlds for complex characters to live in all while experimenting with various mediums, both still and motion, to tell those stories. Her biggest inspirations are her family, art history, and mythology. You can find more of Katie's artwork here:
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