New York: The Platt & Munk Co., Inc., (1930). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Near fine / Very good. Item #18351 .
Square 8vo. First printing. Original red cloth, with a glossy, color cover illustration and 9 titles listed on the verso of the front free endpaper, ending with this title. No "trademark" under the title, and in the lower left corner a two line imprint beginning with "No. 358." A near fine copy with only light wear.
The dustwrapper is later, with no prices on the rear flap with with ten titles listed. There are closed tears along the upper and lower edges, and a small piece lacking near the bottom rear of the spine. It still gives a very good appearance, with minimal soiling.
The tale was written by Arnold Munk under the name of Watty Piper, from oral tales as well as 1902 and 1910 printings by Mary Jacobs, later Mabel Bragg, under the title "The Pony Engine'.