Slight spine slant, corners creased, a little edge wear, light reading crease, some darkening to covers. Light tanning but text is clean and unmarked. B/W illustrations adapted from Pauline Baynes' originals. A solid copy.
"How a talking horse and a boy prince saved Narnia from invasion."
"Their shared adventures take them to the city of Tashbaan in disguise (Bree is disguised as a pack horse), where Shasta is mistaken for a truant prince, and on an endless ride by burning day and silvery night over the desert to Narnia, where Shasta discovers his true identity. When someone suggests that Shasta has stolen Bree, the Horse replies, 'You might as well say I stole him. ' There can be few boys who would not wish to be stolen by an animal of such resourcefulness and humour. "; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall