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Scuffy the Tugboat

Scuffy the Tugboat

Author
Gertrude Crampton
Illustrator
Tibor Gergely
First year published
1946
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Scuffy the Tugboat is a Little Golden book written by Gertrude Crampton and illustrated by Tibor Gergely that was published in 1946.

SynopsisEdit

The story is about a toy tugboat named Scuffy who wishes for "bigger things" rather than sailing in the bathtub.

The Man with the Polkadot Tie (who owns a toy store) and his son take Scuffy to a small brook in a pasture and soon the current carries him away.

At first, Scuffy is pleased, but the brook grows into a stream which turns into a small river and finally a larger river. Scuffy is overwhelmed by the sheer size of things around him.

Just as he is just about to sail off into the endless ocean, Scuffy is rescued by the man and his boy and returned to the bathtub where Scuffy is now content to remain.

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  • Scuffy
  • The Man with the Polkadot Tie

The Man with the Polkadot Tie's son

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