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The Horse Who Lived Upstairs
by Phyllis McGinley
Illustrated by Helen Stone

New York wagon horse belonging to Mr. Polaski is retired and wants to live in the country. "We city horses don't know what real living is. I want to move to the country and sleep in a red barn with a weathervane on top, and kick up my heels in a green meadow."

J.B. Lippincott Company
1944 Weekly Reader Club
48 pages (un-paginated), all with color illustrations, some 2 color and some 4 colors.
Audience: Children/juvenile.

Condition:
minimal corner wear, ends are only slightly bumped. Pages are clean and crisp.
Very Good/No DJ issued. Pages unmarked.

Measures 10" high by 7.25" wide

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The Horse Who Lived Upstairs 1944 Phyllis McGinley Weekly Reader Hardcover Classic

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: hardcover, HC
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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