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      Henry, Marguerite,
      [2009], p2003.
      Presents the true story of a simple horse who, through pure spirit, rose to greatness. His descendants, who helped settlers tame the American wil
      [sound recording]
      Henry, Marguerite,
      2006, c1947.
      60th anniversary ed.
      The determination of Paul and his sister Maureen to own a Chincoteague pony is greatly increased when the Phantom and her colt are among those ro
      Henry, Marguerite,
      1st ed.
      Molly wants a horse of her own, but when her father's mare gives birth to a mule, Molly changes her mind and raises the newborn.
      Henry, Marguerite,
      1st Aladdin Books ed.
      Relates the adventures of a little burro who blazed trails through the Grand Canyon and met many famous people in the process.
      Henry, Marguerite,
      A fictionalized history of the life of the horse credited with fathering the standardbred line accompanied by a pictorial postlude of his ancesto
      Henry, Marguerite,
      c1960, 1976 printing.
      A story, based on real events, about a boy and a half-Arabian mare who enter the Palio, an annual race in Siena, Italy, with all the pageantry of
      Henry, Marguerite,
      A well-known author of children's books answers questions from her readers about herself, her books, and horses.
      Henry, Marguerite,
      The author tells, from the point of view of Annie Johnston, the story of this Nevada woman and her fight to protect the American wild horse, the
      Henry, Marguerite,
      A foal, born in the aftermath of a great storm, and her famous mother help raise money to repair the storm damage on Chincoteague Island and rest
      Henry, Marguerite,
      Henry, Marguerite,
      A wild colt rescued by two children is raised by a mare who has lost her own way.
      Henry, Marguerite,
      Sham and the stable boy, Agba, travel from Morocco to France to England where, at last, Sham's majesty is recognized and he becomes the "Godolphi