The White Horse of Morocco

By: Coatsworth, Elizabeth

Price: $28.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Near Fine

Gift quality first UK edition hardcover in turquoise paper covered boards showing bumped spine ends and fairly sharp tips. Tidy ink name at head of fep, else fine, inner hinges fine, no names, tears or soil in the 125 pp text. Original un-clipped dust wrapper has a beautiful color illustration of a white horse surrounded by a man and two children in persian clothing, a turban and billowy pants. Catured by pirates on their way to Genoa on the sailing ship: The Fair American, The captain of the Fair American, Sally and Andrew ended up in Morocco to be brought before the terrible Sultan Moulay Ismail. Sally would never forget the strange beauty of Africa, or the cruelty, treachery and constant danger that threatened all foreign people in Morocco. How Sally and Andrew were separated; how she came to be a slave girl to the White Lalla; Captain Patterson's escape; how Sally won favour in the Sultan's eyes - all of this and more are encompassed in the most exciting of the Sally books.

Title: The White Horse of Morocco

Author Name: Coatsworth, Elizabeth

Illustrator: Sharpe, Caroline

Categories: HORSE STORIES,

Edition: 1st UK Edition

Publisher: London, Blackie & Son Limited: 1973

ISBN Number: 0216895464

ISBN Number 13: 9780216895461

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Type: Hardcover

Size: 8vo - over 7

Seller Id: R46446

Keywords: Sally Books.,