by Hildegarde H. Swift and Lynd Ward
From the back cover:
Built in 1880 of cast iron and steel, the "fat and red and jolly" little lighthouse
sits on the bank of the Hudson River in New York City. When the great, gray, and powerful George
Washington Bridge is built overhead, the little lighthouse feels very, very small. But he soon comes to understand that he is still needed to guide boats
through dark and stormy weather.
Light up hearts and imaginations since it was first published in 1942, this beloved children's classic has been restored to its original design and -
for the first time - includes the recently discovered original watercolor paintings by Lynd Ward.