The Deep-Sea Horse

Claud is a thoroughbred colt who feels very inferior because he has no tail. One day he hears the mermaids singing, and leaps off the cliff to join them.

Publishing history
Dent, London, 1956, 94 pp, illus Mary Shillabeer

Claud is a thoroughbred colt who feels very inferior because he has no tail. One day he hears the mermaids singing, and leaps off the cliff to join them. They admire his four legs tremendously (after all, they are very used to tails), and Claud settles down to an under the sea existence.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Primrose Cumming