Dear Marguerite Henry

Dear Marguerite Henry A collection of letters to Marguerite Henry and her answers to readers asking questions about all of her books which had been published up to this time It s a fascinating collection of background fact

  • Title: Dear Marguerite Henry
  • Author: Marguerite Henry
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A collection of letters to Marguerite Henry and her answers to readers asking questions about all of her books which had been published up to this time It s a fascinating collection of background facts There are pictures of the real Misty, the real Brighty, her Morgan horse, Friday, Gibson White and Rosalind, the real Gaudenzia, the actors from the MISTY movie, Wild HorsA collection of letters to Marguerite Henry and her answers to readers asking questions about all of her books which had been published up to this time It s a fascinating collection of background facts There are pictures of the real Misty, the real Brighty, her Morgan horse, Friday, Gibson White and Rosalind, the real Gaudenzia, the actors from the MISTY movie, Wild Horse Annie and much .

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    1. A childhood full of Marguerite Henry, yet I didn't know this book existed until last month. I immediately ordered it from the library and devoured it. My brain is now brimming over with wonderful new details I learned about not only her books (all of which I need to reread yesterday), but about her as well. All written in her warm, conversational tone, this is just more proof that she is the best children's author of all time. Structured as a series of replies to fan letters and organized into c [...]

    2. Marguerite Henry wrote this book as a way to communicate with her multitude of readers back when there weren't Facebook and Twitter, or even email and the web. Her fans wrote her urgent letters asking questions about her books, about what to do about horses, about how to become a writer and a variety of other things and she answered them all with thoughtful honesty and great courtesy and encouragement. I read this book as a teenager and decided to re-read it now as an adult and was struck by jus [...]

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