Marguerite Henry

Marguerite Henry ('''' Breithaupt; April 13, 1902 – November 26, 1997) was an American writer of children's books, writing fifty-nine books based on true stories of horses and other animals. She won the Newbery Medal for ''King of the Wind'', a 1948 book about horses, and she was a runner-up for two others. One of the latter, ''Misty of Chincoteague'' (1947), was the basis for several sequels and for the 1961 movie ''Misty''. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1992
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1994
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1996
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1984
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1963
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1947
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1969
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1976
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1975
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1960
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 1954
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by Henry, Marguerite, 1902-1997.
Published 2006
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