The Little White Horse
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The Little White Horse

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'The Little White Horse was my favourite childhood book. I absolutely adored it. It had a cracking plot. It was scary and romantic in parts and had a feisty heroine.' - JK Rowling - The Bookseller

Winner of the Carnegie Medal in 1946 and J.K. Rowling's favourite childhood book. This bestselling favourite fantasy classic is 'one of the most of the most magical stories in the world.' - The Independent. This is the story of a thirteen-year-old orphan, a Moon Princess, and a mysterious white horse.


Maria Merryweather, a plain London orphan, is sent to Moonacre Manor to live with her only surviving relative, Sir Benjamin. Her initial sense of comfort starts to crumble when she learns an ancient mystery haunts Moonacre Manor and all who live in Moonacre Valley. With the help of her new friend Robin, can Maria right the wrongs of her ancestors and finally restore the peace to Moonacre Valley before it's too late?

Beautiful, thrilling, and magical, The Little White Horse is a timeless classic.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 288 pages
  • 130 x 198 x 33mm | 354g
  • Lion Fiction
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 1782643095
  • 9781782643098
  • 13,772

About Elizabeth Goudge

Elizabeth Goudge was a popular novelist who also wrote a number of well-loved children's fantasies. She was awarded the Libary Association's Carnegie Medal for The LIttle White Horse in 1946.
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Rating details

11,512 ratings
4.09 out of 5 stars
5 44% (5,092)
4 30% (3,430)
3 19% (2,162)
2 5% (612)
1 2% (216)
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