Custer: the true story of a horse
1st American ed.
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|Grouping Title||custer the true story of a horse|
|Grouping Author||king deborah|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-10-10 01:06:21AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-18 02:28:06AM|
|author||King, Deborah, 1950-|
|available_at_mcvsd||SD51 Holy Family School|
|detailed_location_mcvsd||SD51 Holy Family School|
|display_description||Custer, a horse whose only friends growing up were cows, is reluctant to act like a horse at his new riding school until he meets a wild filly named Minto.|
|owning_library_mcvsd||Mesa County Valley School Dist. 51|
|owning_location_mcvsd||SD51 Holy Family School|
Friendship -- Juvenile fiction
Horses -- Juvenile fiction
|title_display||Custer : the true story of a horse|
|title_full||Custer : the true story of a horse / Deborah King|
|title_sub||the true story of a horse|