Your grandpa probably had one. You had one, maybe still do. And you’ve even lived to tell about it, considering how we all used to risk life and limb racing our Radio Flyer wagons down the steepest hills we could find. Now our kids and grandkids are playing with America’s iconic Little Red Wagon – hopefully with your coaching to use more safety sense than we had. But there’s more to the Radio Flyer’s story – starting back in 1917 with a poor-yet-industrious young tradesman who, using nothing more than his hands and his wits, built a toy as beloved today as it was a century ago. In 160 pages packed with historical photos, illustrations and remembrances, this keepsake book pays homage to the more than 100 million Radio Flyer wagons that have been a cherished part of childhood for generations.
- Engrossing and fascinating keepsake book tells the 100-year story of America’s iconic Little Red Wagon, written by Robert Pasin and Carlye Adler
- Filled with 250 full-color and black-and-white photos and illustrations from Radio Flyer Inc.’s archives
- Hardcover; 160 pages
- 9-3/8”W x 8-1/2”H