The Little Team That Could was pure enjoyment. He describes the thrill of victory and the joy of working with young people.
The Little Team That Could was pure enjoyment. At the same time, he tells about the aggravation of dealing with some Little League parents, officials, and umpires.
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Burroughs, Jeff, and Tom Hennessy. Worldwide expansion of Little League became a continuing effort of the organization, and in 1957 the first international champion at the Little League World Series hailed from Monterrey, Mexico.
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The Little Engine That Could is an American fairytale (existing in the form of several illustrated children's books and movies) that became widely known in the United States after publication in 1930 by Platt & Munk. The story is used to teach children the value of optimism and hard work. Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named the book one of its "Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children". A 1949 recording of the story was inducted to the National Recording Registry in 2009.