Published December 1, 2006
by Carnifex Press .
|Contributions||Laura J. Underwood (Illustrator), Armand Rosamilia (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||90|
Marguerite Henry was the beloved author of such classic horse stories as King of the Wind; Misty of Chincoteague; and Stormy, Misty’s Foal, all of which are available in Aladdin paperback editions. Wesley Dennis was best known for his illustrations in collaboration with author Marguerite Henry. They published sixteen books by: 8. You don’t have to be a horse lover to love Marguerite Henry’s classic children’s tale King of the Wind (Rand McNally; ) Winner of the prestigious Newberry Award in , this is Henry’s best known book after her Misty of Chincoteague series. Like many other of Henry’s books, King of the Wind is told from a child’s point of view/5. King of the Wind (), a children's novel by American writer Marguerite Henry with illustrations by Wesley Dennis, tells the story of an Arabian mare and the mute slave who tends to the horse. King of the Wind won the Newberry Medal for excellence in American children's literature. When it comes to long-awaited fantasy sequels, there’s perhaps only one book that rivals the interest in George R.R. Martin’s The Winds of Winter, the next book in his A Song of Ice and Fire.
King of the Wind. Written by Marguerite Henry. Review by Cassandra Clark. Written in by an award-winning American author of animal stories, this novel is part truth, part fiction. The true story concerns a colt called Sham – the Sun – who became sire of the illustrious Arabian Godolphin dynasty of racehorses whose descendants still astound race-goers today. Books in the series. The first two novels in the trilogy, The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man's Fear, were released in and respectively; Patrick Rothfuss has said that the third book in the main sequence will be the end of this particular arc in the story. Three other works are set in the Kingkiller Chronicle world: "How Old Holly Came to Be" in Unfettered (), edited by Shawn. After the wind there was an earthquake, but the LORD was not in the earthquake. 12 After the earthquake there was a fire, but the LORD was not in the fire. And after the fire came a still, small voice. 13 When Elijah heard it, he wrapped his face in his cloak and . King of the Wind tells the story of the beautiful horse, Sham, and his devoted stable boy, Agba. The horse was named Sham for the sun. Upon his heel was a small white spot, the symbol of speed. Although he was as swift as the desert winds, Sham's proud pedigree would be scorned all his life by cruel masters and abusive owners.
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