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The lost horse / Mark Nicholas.

By: Nicholas, Mark.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London, England : Tate, 2018Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781849765657.Subject(s): Imagination -- Juvenile fiction | Human-animal relationships -- Juvenile fiction | Animal sculpture | Sculpture -- Juvenile fictionSummary: When the bronze sculpture of a horse disappears from the gallery, everyone panics! The police start a countrywide search - where could he be? Has he been stolen? Did he run away? In a village outside the city, young Lyra dreams of having a friend of her very own. So when she hears a knocking at her window and sees the face of a horse peering through the glass, she cannot believe her luck! Their friendship blossoms as Lyra and the horse spend a wonderful few days together, playing games and picking flowers in the garden. But then, a figure arrives to take the horse home - back to where he belongs. And before she knows it, Lyra is whisked off on an unexpected adventure. This inspiring picture book is a celebration of friendship and reminds us all that the power of dreaming means we'll never be alone for long!
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When the sculpture of a horse disappears from the gallery, everyone is panicked! The police start a countrywide search-where could he be? Has he been stolen? Did he run away?

In a village outside the city, young Lyra dreams of having a friend of her very own. So when she hears a knocking at her window and sees the face of a horse peering through the glass, she cannot believe her luck! Their friendship blossoms as Lyra and the horse spend a wonderful few days together, playing games and picking flowers in the garden. But then, a figure arrives to take the horse home-back to where he belongs. And before she knows it, Lyra is whisked off on an unexpected adventure.

This inspiring picture book is a celebration of friendship and reminds us all that the power of dreaming means we'll never be alone for long!

When the bronze sculpture of a horse disappears from the gallery, everyone panics! The police start a countrywide search - where could he be? Has he been stolen? Did he run away? In a village outside the city, young Lyra dreams of having a friend of her very own. So when she hears a knocking at her window and sees the face of a horse peering through the glass, she cannot believe her luck! Their friendship blossoms as Lyra and the horse spend a wonderful few days together, playing games and picking flowers in the garden. But then, a figure arrives to take the horse home - back to where he belongs. And before she knows it, Lyra is whisked off on an unexpected adventure. This inspiring picture book is a celebration of friendship and reminds us all that the power of dreaming means we'll never be alone for long!