Author:Henry, Marguerite

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Benjamin West and His Cat Grimalkin

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $8.00

Publisher: IN, The Bobbs-Merril Company: 1947

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 10670

Condition: Good


Stated first edition, Exlib with moderate soil on pictorial green buckram boards, tips rubbed with boards beginning to show, text tight with some light fingerprints. 147 pp. All pgs and pocket present. View more info

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Album of Horses

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $20.00

Publisher: NY, Rand McNally: 1951

Seller Id: 45637

Condition: Very Good


Second printing of the first edition hardcover in straight, sharp burgundy cloth boards. Un-clipped professionally reproduced dj has small chips at spine ends, and a scratch of color loss near center of dj front panel, still displays well in new mylar. 113 pp text is tight and bright with one closed taped tear on last page. This majestic collection of horses from Newbery Medalist Marguerite Henry is strikingly illustrated and makes a great gift for horse lovers of all ages. How did the Morgan horse get its name? What are the differences between a Belgian and a Clydesdale? Why are the Bye... View more info

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The Little Fellow

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $10.00

Publisher: CT, Weekly Reader: 1975

Edition: Reprint

Seller Id: 43904

Condition: Very Good +


Tight bright reprint paperback with lightly bumped (not rubbed) tips, two tiny abrasions on rear cover in margin, affecting none of the cover text. 44 p. tight and age toned, no names, tears or soil. In the first spring of his life, a little colt learns about jealousy and friendship. View more info

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Five O'Clock Charlie

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $12.00

Publisher: IL, Rand McNally & Company: 1975

Edition: Fifth Printing

Seller Id: 41652

Condition: Very Good


Pictorial hardcover has bumped tips but no major rubs. Unpaginated text is crisp with bookplate and crossed out name on fep. Not a book club edition. The wonderful story of Charlie the draft horse who doesn't want to be retired, so he jumps his fence to meet his friends in town at the Boar's Head Inn for an apple tart. View more info

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Our First Pony

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $5.00

Publisher: NY, Aladdin / Rand McNally: 1997

Edition: Second Printing

Seller Id: 41520

ISBN: 0689810261

Condition: Near Fine


2nd printing illustrated paperback with negligible color loss at tips from storage, 64 p. unmarked. Joseph and Justin may be twins, but they sure aren't much alike. Besides looking different, they live in very different worlds. Joseph loves the outdoors, the sky and the land, and all the animals, Justin, on the other hand, would rather be indoors, playing his piccolo or reading a book. The only thing they have in common is Midge, a pinto Shetland pony. They give her all the love and attention any pony could ever ask for, and she ends up giving them more than they ever could have imagined... View more info

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Born to Trot

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $12.00

Publisher: NY, Rand McNally: 1950

Edition: Second Printing

Seller Id: 40299

Condition: Near Fine


2nd printing hardcover in straight tight, brown cloth covered boards with gilt trotting horse on cover. Text tight and bright. Stated second printing with letter B on copyright page. Unclipped color dj in new mylar is a professional reproduction that shows color loss at tips and small filled in sticker pull on lower left corner of ftt bd. A story about a boy, Gibson White, and his horse, Rosalind, a Standardbred trotting horse. View more info

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Brighty of the Grand Canyon

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $4.00

Publisher: NY, Scholastic Book Services: 1953

Edition: Seventh Printing

Seller Id: 39540

ISBN: 0590023543

Condition: Very Good


7th printing paperback with negligible color loss at tips, age toned text appears unread. 223 pp with map on last page. View more info

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White Stallion of Lipizza

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $18.00

Publisher: IL, Rand McNally: 1964

Edition: Second Printing

Seller Id: 38254

Condition: Very Good +


2nd printing hardcover with lovely color illustrations and b/w line drawings in every margin. No names, tears or soil in the crisp text. 116 p. Corners still sharp, spine ends bumped showing color loss only. Unclipped DJ in new mylar is a professional color reproduction that has a chip near the fold of the front flap but still displays beautifully. The story of Borina, one of the most famous stallions of the Lipizzaner breed. It was Borina who, at the height of his career, took a fling in the Viennese grand opera. And it was Borina who, as a mature school stallion, helped train young appr... View more info

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Black Gold

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $5.00

Publisher: NY, Rand McNally: 1969

Edition: Eighth Printing

Seller Id: 33754

Condition: Very Good


8th printing paperback with small bit of cello tape and sticker pull on front cover, bottom tips of the last pages slightly bumped. 172 p. No one thinks much of Black Gold because he is so small. But Jaydee sees something special in his eyes. He knows Black Gold would be great if he was his rider! Finally, Jaydee gets his wish, and Black Gold grows strong and fast under his careful hands. Soon it would be time for the most important race in America. Did they really have what it takes to win? Black Gold's inspirational story proves that the power of love and dedication can make any dream ... View more info

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Born to Trot

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY, Rand McNally: 1953

Edition: Third Printing

Seller Id: 33232

Condition: Very Good


3rd printing exlib hardcover in lightly soiled yellow boards. All pages and pocket present. Light finger soil on some margins. Solid copy in prof reproduced dust wrapper with light edgewear, traces of a sticker pull on frt cover upper corner but displays very well in new mylar. A story about a boy, Gibson White, and his horse, Rosalind, a Standardbred trotting horse. View more info

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Justin Morgan Had A Horse

By: Henry, Marguerite

Price: $12.00

Publisher: NY, Grosset & Dunlap: 1945

Seller Id: MK46639

Condition: Good +


Sage green 'tweedy' paper covered boards with bumped tips and spine ends. Exlib with pocket pulled but all pages present. Front hinge cracked, rear hinge ok. Page block tight. Price-clipped jacket has a 4 3/4" closed tear from foot of frt gutter midway up the book. Small rub at head of rear gutter area. Displays well. Famous Horse Story series. This is the story of the brave little Vermont work horse from whom came the famous American breed of Morgan horses. "Little Bub," later called Justin Morgan,' is a pint sized cob first owned by Justin Morgan but really loved and wat... View more info

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King of The Wind Sire of Champions

By: Nichols, Catherine; Based on book By Marguerite Henry

Price: $5.00

Publisher: NY, Checkerboard Press: 1988

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 37075

Condition: Very Good +


Tight bright 1st edition in illust paperback covers with color loss from storage on burgundy background wrappers. No names, tears or soil. Almost every Thoroughbred alive today traces its ancestery to one special horse, the Godolphin Arabian. To Agba, the Godolphin was his own beloved Sham, the horse he'd tended since birth. Although Sham sired champion sons and daughters, he himself had never raced. At the Newmarket Races Agba wonders - shouldn't Sham be given his chance to run, his chance to prove that he's truly King of the Wind? View more info

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King of the Wind A Colt Is Born

By: Nichols, Joan; from King of the Wind By Henry, Marguerite

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Childrens Press Choice: 1988

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 30755

ISBN: 0516096036

Condition: Very Good +


1st edition hardcover in colorful slick boards with very light rubs to tips. No dj. Exlib with all pages present. No pocket or evidence of ever having had one, no call tag on spine but a tiny non-faded spot where it was previously. 24 p text based on Marguerite Henry's King of the Wind. In the stables of the sultan of Morocco, a colt is born, a special colt marked with the white spot that signifies swiftness. Agba, a horseboy, names the colt Sham and vows to be a parent to him. But even if Agba can protect the little orphan from the head groom's saber, can the colt survive without his mother'... View more info