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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
Elizabeth Goudge wrote a number of popular children’s and adult books, including Green Dolphin Street and I Saw Three Ships.
This is a wonderful story for children and adults. This is the kind of book one keeps forever.Published 3 months ago by Fieryd
A wonderful story of a young girls journey to a land that might, possibly still exist today in some forgotten corner of the world.Published 7 months ago by 4mypny
My all-time favourite book as a child still retains its magic. Elizabeth Goudge's inimitable style has timeless appealPublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love this book. I also like Elizabeth Goudge's other book The Blue Hills. They are similar for they are both childrens novels and are told with a magic like quality of a world... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Notorious Book Reader
The Little White Horse, though written by Elizabeth Gouge over fifty years ago, is a timely spiritually uplifting story blended into a magical romantic fairy tale for young girls. Read morePublished on June 12 2010 by maribel
I read "The Little White Horse" as a kid in England. I managed to get a paperback copy of it one day, many years ago, when I was actually at a horse racing day-out in Canada. Read morePublished on Feb. 1 2009 by Michele S.
My 9 year old daughter recently read The Little White Horse and was so enchanted by it that she asked me to read it as well. Read morePublished on Jan. 27 2009 by CanadianMother
Honestly, I just bought this book because my hero, J.K. Rowling, cites it as one of her all-time favorites. After reading it, I understand why that is. Read morePublished on June 25 2004 by Amazon Customer
When Maria Merryweather moves house to a new home in the countryside, it seems that there is a lot more to the town than first meets the eye. Read morePublished on April 23 2004 by Lucy