Good-luck horse / adapted from an old Chinese legend by Chih-yi and Plato Chan.

A paper horse is brought to life by a magician and brings only bad luck instead of good. After running away from his creator, Wah-Toong, and living amongst the wild horses, he returns, but causes only more bad luck. Finally, when a war breaks out, the horse brings peace to both parties and is honore...

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Main Author: Chan, Chih-yi.
Other Authors: Chan, Plato. (Illustrator), Glick, Carl, 1890- (Author of introduction, etc.)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York ; London : Whittlesey House, [1943]
Series:Whittlesey house publications
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Summary:A paper horse is brought to life by a magician and brings only bad luck instead of good. After running away from his creator, Wah-Toong, and living amongst the wild horses, he returns, but causes only more bad luck. Finally, when a war breaks out, the horse brings peace to both parties and is honored with the name "Good-Luck Horse."
Item Description:"Published by Whittlesey House : A division of the McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc."--Title page verso.
Physical Description:47 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 16 x 24 cm.
Awards:Caldecott Honor Book, 1944