Marguerite Henry's Animal (and Other) Stories

Well-written books that depict traditional values. Especially if you have a young horse lover, these are a must!

A Boy and a Dog
A Pictorial Life Story of Misty
Album of Dogs
Album of Horses
Album of Horses: A Pop-Up Book
All About Horses (issued both as an AllAbout book and in a deluxe edition)
Always Reddy (also published as Shamrock Queen)
Auno and Tauno: A Story of Finland
Benjamin West and His Cat Grimalkin
Birds at Home
Black Gold
Born to Trot
Brighty of Grand Canyon
Brown Sunshine of Sawdust Valley
Cinnabar: The One O'Clock Fox
Dear Readers and Riders (also published as Dear Marguerite Henry)
Dilly Dally Sally
Five O'Clock Charlie
Gaudenzia: Pride of the Palio (also published as Palio: The Wildest Horse Race in the World)
Geraldine Belinda
Justin Morgan Had a Horse
King of the Wind
Little-or-Nothing from Nottingham
Misty of Chincoteague
Misty, the Wonder Pony, by Misty, Herself (a Giant Rand McNally Book and an Elf book editions)
Misty's Twilight
Muley-Ears, Nobody's Dog
Mustang: Wild Spirit of the West
One Man's Horse
Our First Pony
Portfolio of Horse Paintings (with Wesley Dennis)
Robert Fulton, Boy Craftsman (Childhood of Famous Americans)
San Domingo, The Medicine Hat Stallion (also published as Peter Lundy and the Medicine Hat Stallion)
Sea Star, Orphan of Chincoteague
Stories from Around the World
Stormy, Misty's Foal
The Little Fellow
The Rescue of Sham
Their First Igloo on Baffin Island
Wagging Tails: Album of Dogs
White Stallion of Lipizza

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