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Thu Oct 16 18:03:28 2014 UTClccn-n500365810.00Records, 1917-19890.061.00Women's National Book Association records,91717300Marguerite_Henryn 5003658171832Breithaupt, Marguerite 1902-1997Henry, M.ヘンリー, マーガライトヘンリー, マーゲライトlccn-n79056299Dennis, Wesleyillphtaudcrelccn-n85176659Lougheed, Robertillfast-985250Justin Morgan (Horse)fast-1134160Stormy (Horse)lccn-n85176660Johnston, Annie Bronnfast-950752Hambletonian 10 (Horse)viaf-92788993McDonough, Johnnrtlccn-n89614949Grandpré, Karen Hausilllccn-n81127010Spanische Reitschule (Vienna, Austria)lccn-n84077059Rudish, RichillHenry, Marguerite1902-1997Juvenile worksFictionPictorial worksBiographyFolkloreHistoryDramaPicture booksHistorical fictionAdventure storiesHorsesChincoteague ponyVirginia--Chincoteague IslandArabian horsePoniesBrothers and sistersDonkeysJustin Morgan (Horse)Stormy (Horse)Arizona--Grand CanyonJohnston, Annie BronnHorse breedsHambletonian 10 (Horse)VermontSpanische Reitschule (Vienna, Austria)Lipizzaner horseHenry, Marguerite,Western storiesMustangVirginiaHorsemanshipUnited States, WestWild horsesMulesWest, Benjamin,United StatesPalio di Siena (Festival)EnglandArtistsQuakersCatsMorgan horseHorse racingAuthors, AmericanItaly--SienaRetirementMisty (Fictitious character : Henry)Horses in literatureIllustration of booksIllustratorsAnimals in artAnimals in literatureFriendshipChildren's stories--AuthorshipWild poniesRace horsesTalking books for childrenStablehandsHorses--TrainingMorocco1902199719191920194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014637072491353[FIC]PZ10.3.H43ocn259491549ocn691574516ocn545012180Authors, American7110119ocn000176813book19410.06Henry, MargueriteKing of the WindHistoryJuvenile worksFictionHistorical fictionFollows the adventures of the Arabian stallion brought to England to become one of the founding sires of the Thoroughbred breed and the mute Arab stable boy who tended him with loyalty and devotion all his life+-+74718927556967112ocn000176811book19470.06Henry, MargueriteMisty of ChincoteagueJuvenile worksFictionAdventure storiesPaul and his sister Maureen's determination to own a pony from the herd on Chincoteague Island, Virginia, is greatly increased when the Phantom and her colt are among the ponies rounded up for the yearly auction+-+0771892755407370ocn000305662book19450.07Henry, MargueriteJustin Morgan had a horseHistoryJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionLegendsAn unusual work horse raised in Vermont and known originally as "Little Bud" becomes the sire of a famous American breed and takes the name of his owner, Justin Morgan+-+2427034315361242ocn000181504book19630.06Henry, MargueriteStormy, Misty's foalJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionA 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 restore the herds of wild ponies on Assateague Island+-+9239624315351946ocn000305533book19510.06Henry, MargueriteBrighty of the Grand CanyonJuvenile worksFictionRelates the adventures of a little burro who blazed trails through the Grand Canyon and met many famous people in the process+-+7126219935305245ocn004669796book19410.07Henry, MargueriteSea Star, orphan of ChincoteagueJuvenile worksFictionTells about Paul and Maureen Beebe and a little orphan colt whose life they save. Grades 5-7+-+2580624315236433ocn000560355book19660.06Henry, MargueriteMustang; wild spirit of the WestJuvenile worksFictionThe 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 mustang, from extinction because of professional killers who chased the horses for use in dog food+-+K651624315234233ocn000305532book19570.06Henry, MargueriteBlack GoldJuvenile worksFictionA heroic, small-boned horse with a will to win is finally ridden to glory by his devoted jockey+-+0710624315216128ocn000645200book19510.08Henry, MargueriteAlbum of horsesHistoryJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksPicture booksThe author describes "twenty-six famous breeds of horses, ranging from the Arab to the Shetland Pony, from thoroughbred race horses to the wild mustang, telling many little-known facts about them"--Huntting+-+1174520325211313ocn025007971book19920.06Henry, MargueriteMisty's twilightJuvenile worksFictionCaptivated by the story of "Misty of Chincoteague," a woman with a horse farm in Florida raises one of Misty's descendants to become a champion show horse+-+6848534315202624ocn000409672book19720.06Henry, MargueriteSan Domingo; the medicine hat stallionHistoryJuvenile worksFictionIn pre-Civil War Wyoming, a teen-ager's life is complicated when his strangely hostile father trades the boy's beloved horse to the pony express+-+6681624315201028ocn000280838book19500.06Henry, MargueriteBorn to trotJuvenile worksFictionAs he learns about the famous Hambletonian, sire of the American trotter, young Gib White dreams of some day having his own filly become a champion trotter+-+8741624315191025ocn000466537book19640.06Henry, MargueriteWhite stallion of LipizzaJuvenile worksFictionA baker's son, who dreams of becoming a riding master at Vienna's Spanish Court Riding School, is admitted as an apprentice and achieves his desire under the tutelage of both two-legged and four-legged masters+-+0505233705150047ocn043356064rcrd19730.07Henry, MargueriteMisty of ChincoteagueJuvenile worksFictionThe determination of two youngsters to win a Chincoteague pony is greatly increased when the Phantom and her colt are among those rounded up for the yearly auction+-+050720892512528ocn034742408book19960.06Henry, MargueriteBrown Sunshine of Sawdust ValleyJuvenile worksFictionMolly 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+-+3918534315123212ocn000300163book19470.07Henry, MargueriteBenjamin West and his cat GrimalkinJuvenile worksFictionWith his beloved black cat Grimalkin as his constant companion, the young Quaker boy Benjamin West discovers and develops his talent as an artist+-+8478568436115829ocn029563094rcrd19480.06Henry, MargueriteKing of the windJuvenile worksFictionSham and the stable boy Agba travel from Morocco to France to England where, at last, Sham's majesty is recognized and he becomes the "Godolphin Arabian," ancestor of the most superior Thoroughbred horses+-+1139624315115614ocn000303510book19600.06Henry, MargueriteGaudenzia, pride of the PalioJuvenile worksFictionA 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 a medieval contest+-+776523370594411ocn000645188book19600.06Henry, MargueriteAll about horsesJuvenile worksHow the horse helped to shape civilization, and how man created special breeds for special needs. Grades 5-991112ocn000185397book19620.06Henry, MargueriteFive o'clock CharlieJuvenile worksFictionA forlorn workhorse finds something important to do in his retirement+-+86236243156944ocn002423734book19760.06Henry, MargueriteA pictorial life story of MistyJuvenile worksThe author describes how she came to own the well-known Chincoteague pony and their subsequent experiences together4092ocn006709256book19800.06Henry, MargueriteThe illustrated Marguerite Henry : with Wesley Dennis, Robert Lougheed, Lynd Ward, and Rich RudishJuvenile worksBiographyCorrected part photocopy typescripts, corrected part photocopy galley proof, dummies, receipts, photocopied front matter, layout notes, front matter, miscellaneous corrected typescript, and 1 paste-up dummy iwth photocopied illustrations & notes3621ocn040645912book19990.06Collins, David RWrite a book for me : the story of Marguerite HenryJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes the childhood, writing career, and personal life of the author Marguerite Henry, known for her books about horses+-+5481938336485ocn003243853visu19740.07Marguerite HenryJuvenile worksBiographyAn account of the author's life as a background for her writing373ocn006483705visu19800.08Story of a bookJuvenile worksTells how American author Marguerite Henry writes a book, from the conception of the idea and the research, through the writing and rewriting, to creating the illustrations, and the printing251ocn009043331visu19820.06Story of a bookTells how American author Marguerite Henry writes a book, from the conception of the idea and the research, through the writing and rewriting, to creating the illustrations, and the printing31ocn428826683book19690.06Henry, MargueriteDear readers and ridersJuvenile worksFictionA well-known author of children's books answers questions from her readers about herself, her books, and horses11ocn303022653mix1.00Women's National Book AssociationWomen's National Book Association recordsCorrespondence, memoranda, publications and financial records11ocn317389846visu0.06Story of a book (2nd edition)Recounts how children's author Marguerite Henry wrote San Domingo and the Medicine Hat Stallion, the adventures of a boy and his beloved horse. The author explains where her ideas come from, how she conducts research both in the library and on location, creates the illustrations and plans the dummy and printing11ocn039652895book19581.00Larche, Thelma BeasleyMarguerite Henry : contemporary author of children's booksCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBibliography11ocn007327887rcrd19650.47Marguerite HenryInterviewsThe author of books for children answers questions from elementary school children11ocn228105673book0.47Readers as writers : a display packet of letters and photos from children's authors and illustratorsBio-bibliography11ocn062448831mix1.00Henry, MargueritePapersRecords and correspondenceManuscriptsHolographs, typescripts, carbon & photocopy typescripts, photographs, layouts & paste-ups, notes & research material, clippings, dummies, galley & page proofs, a substantial amount of correspondence from children and teachers to Marguerite Henry, much of it annotated by her to show she replied, as well as art work, stories, & photographs from children, business and personal correspondence including some to/from Norine Odland (educator) & Robert Lougheed (illustrator), miscellaneous material including her Newbery Medal & two other awards, a recorded interview with Marguerite Henry and the illustrator Wesley Dennis about the book Album of horses, non-book material for Born to trot and Brighty of the Grand Canyon, memorabilia for Gaudenzia, Pride of the Palio, material for a speech read at the Children's Book Fair Luncheon in 1961, and material relating to the tv movie version of San Domingo01ocn122632722mixWomen's National Book AssociationCorrespondence, memoranda, publications and financial records01ocn053034949visu19890.10Duffell, PeterKing of the windJuvenile worksDramaFilm adaptationsA feature film charting the history of the thoroughbred racehorse through the story of a young orphan boy sent with an Arab Stallion as a present to the Bey of Tunis in the 17th Century Middle East+-+0771892755+-+0771892755Thu Oct 16 15:29:40 EDT 2014batch41889