Billy and Blaze
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|Author||Clarence William Anderson|
|Series||Billy and Blaze|
|Publisher||Collier Books, Later, Macmillan, Later Aladdin Paperbacks|
|Media type||Print (Paperback)|
|LC Class||PZ7.A524 Bi 1992|
|Followed by||Blaze and the Gypsies|
Billy and Blaze was written and illustrated in 1936 by Clarence William Anderson. It is the first of a series of eleven books and is Anderson's most well known work. The book is about a little boy, Billy, and his pony, Blaze, who he receives as a birthday gift in this book. The adventures of Billy and Blaze revolved around proper care of the horse, while teaching a lesson. Anderson would go to great lengths to give accurate information. Some other titles in the series are Blaze and the Gypsies, Blaze and the Forest Fire, and Blaze Finds the Way. All of the titles in the series included full-page illustrations and easy to read text.
A complete list of the books in the series and the publication dates is as follows:
- Billy and Blaze (1936)
- Blaze and the Gypsies (1937)
- Blaze and the Forest Fire (1938)
- Blaze Finds the Trail (1950)
- Blaze and Thunderbolt (1955)
- Blaze and the Mountain Lion (1959)
- Blaze and the Indian Cave (1964)
- Blaze and the Lost Quarry (1966)
- Blaze and the Gray Spotted Pony (1968)
- Blaze Shows the Way (1969)
- Blaze Finds Forgotten Roads (1970)
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