Oh, Harry!

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Macmillan, Jun 21, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Harry isn't the most handsome or graceful horse in the barn, but he has a knack for calming even the most excitable filly. All's well until the arrival of six-year-old Algernon Adams the Third--a boy with a talent for mayhem. When Algernon finds himself in a pinch, will reliably helpful Harry come to his rescue or go back to sleep and let the little terror figure his own way out of a sticky situation?


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User Review  - nicoally - LibraryThing

Harry the horse has special gift that allows him to calm other animals even if he is not the best looking or elegant horse in the stable. Along comes Algernon Adams the Third to disrupt this happy ... Read full review


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Combine a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet with a National Book Award-winning artist and, honestly, it's hard to go wrong.Among the elegant equines at Adams & Son, Harry the Horse stands out—not for his ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Maxine Kumin is an American poet whose career has spanned over half a century. She has been the recipient of prestigious awards such as the Pulitzer Prize, the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize, and an American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters Award. She and her husband breed horses on their New Hampshire farm.
Barry Moser is a National Book Award-winning artist and the illustrator of more than two hundred picture books for adults and children, including Howard Mansfield's Hogwood Steps Out, published by Roaring Brook Press. His works have been on display in such auspicious places as the British Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art , and the National Gallery of Art. He lives in Massachussetts.