Thelwell's Riding Academy by Norman Thelwell

$ 14.00

Norman Thelwell, 'Thelwell's Riding Academy,' published by E.P. Dutton & Company, first published in the U.S.A. in 1965, this copy if the fourth printing of November 1967.

Thelwell's Riding Academy is a 128 page cloth bound hardcover measuring 8 1/4" x 6".  The dust jacket has multiple closed tears and surface wear.  The inside flap is price clipped.  Inside, the end paper has the name of the previous owner in ink and a book stamp.  The inside pages are clean and the binding is tight.  The condition is good.

Book Summary

Why is riding so popular?  Why do children take to the saddle like the hordes of Genghis Khan?  The answer is simple.  The horse is the transport of the future.  In a few short years from now when traffic has jammed the last open spaces on the roads, the internal combustion engine will be as obsolete as the hot air balloon.  When that day comes, woe to those who have not learned how to get into a saddle--and studied the art of staying there.

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number:  65-19957



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