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Misty of Chincoteague You ll never catch the Phantom, says Grandpa That horse is fast as the wind She s escaped from every roundup on the island But Paul and Maureen want the beautiful wild mare for their very own I m going to capture her myself, says PaulWhen Paul finally overtakes the Phantom, he makes a surprising discovery Running at her side is a brand new, silvery gray colt Misty


10 thoughts on “Misty of Chincoteague

  1. Emily Emily says:

    This was one of those cases when bedtime arrived, and it was time to start a fresh chapter book, but I hadn t visited the library that day, and so pulled a book from my own collection off the shelves It wasn t one I d planned on reading aloud because I thought maybe it was too old fashioned, and the details of the wild pony round up tradition on Chincoteague Island


  2. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    Marguerite Henry s Misty of Chincoteague novels truly present one of my all time favourite horse based children s literature series or rather, the first three books rank amongst my personal favourites, as I really do not at all like the fourth instalment And as such, I have never been able or even all that willing for that matter to write an actual review of the fir


  3. Calista Calista says:

    I loved this story I do think it was mis named It should have been Phantom of Assateague Island The story isabout the Phantom and the legend built up around here than Misty Misty is like a secondary character in this story I didn t know this was based on a true story This tells the history of how the wild horses ended up on Assateague Island to begin with It s fascin


  4. Chelsea Chelsea says:

    Reread this for the first time since I was little while staying in Chincoteague and it was just as magical as I remember


  5. ✨Sumi& ✨Sumi& says:

    Ok so this story is cute but I have some issues with it First and foremost being WILD ANIMALS SHOULD REMAIN WILD Nobody should be allowed to buy a wild animal, let alone children Ok I get the Pony Penning was for population control, but come on now As innocent as this story was intended to be and as well written as it was, I personally found it to give off the wrong me


  6. Jim Jim says:

    This was one of the earliest books I read on my own, in part because Mom read it to me until I knew it by heart She s a horse nut gave me my first pony when I was 5 We then lived on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, not too far from Chincoteague We went there for the round up one year I got to put a real place to the book The Paul in the book was in his early 30 s then, as


  7. Jim Jim says:

    I had a pony as a kid lived on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, not too far from Chincoteague We went there I got to put a real place to the book The Paul in the book was in his early 30 s then, as I recall I supposedly got to meet him I was pretty young, about 7 or 8 I guess I was told he was Paul, anyway I don t think we got to see Misty, but one of her foals Stormy Anyw


  8. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    More than just a horse book.Children have a chance to learn some history and about life in a small, semi isolated community, and to see what children can accomplish with hard work and patience I love the theme of freedom independence I love the dialect and descriptions that bring the setting alive I love that it s based on reality.And I love the tidbits that are sprinkled


  9. Kellyn Roth Kellyn Roth says:

    One of my favorite books as a kid, I still love Misty of Chincoteague Of course, it only makes me want a horsebut it s a pleasant sort of pain REREAD JUST NOW I might review this later on, but basically, it was as cute as I remembered.


  10. Susan Henn Susan Henn says:

    6 10 A favorite story from my childhood reread for a summer book club Well written good tension and suspense Both male and female horse lovers have a character to relate to in the book and for an old book, written in 1947 the girl wasn t thrust into a traditional female role As an adult reading the book, I found myself thinkingabout the rightness or wrongness of the actions


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