After watching his mother clean and bandage his scratch, Dan knows just what to do when his sister, her doll, their dog, and even his father have wounds that need tending, and earns himself a new nickname.
ONE OF THE most-requested Little Golden Books is back in print! Millions of baby boomers remember little Dan, who stops crying over a scratch as soon as Mother puts a bandage on it. Soon the dolls and teddy bears in Dan’s house are wearing bandages, too. This charming story from the 1950s was so popular that it’s now featured in the Smithsonian’s permanent collection.