A  R I D E   W I T H   H U E Y  T H E   E N G I N E E R
Whittlesey House of McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York City, New York, 1966.92 pp
Illustrations by Robert G. Henneberger.
 
  A Ride with Huey the Engineer  
  In A Ride with Huey the Engineer Jesse Stuart returns to Huey the engineer of the Eastern Kentucky Railroad. Sunny Logan longingly watches Huey drive the train day after day, wishing to know what was beyond Clearwater Valley. One day Huey stops the train and invites Sunny to ride to the end of the line. ”Even in Sunny’s wildest dreams he could not imagine the excitement that was to follow” (Dust jacket).

The Jesse Stuart Collections contains two different states of the first edition. The first is a small number of specially bound copies that include the dust jacket as pictured above. The second book is the standard trade edition, which is bound bound with the same illustration on the cover as on the limited edition’s dust jacket.
 

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