by CARL RASWAN
This book is considered a classic, a favorite among readers of all ages and a great read.
Carl Raswan was fascinated with Arabian Horses from his early youth in Germany and this narrative is the story of his search to find the Arabian horse of his childhood dreams. His search began in Europe then on to Egypt and eventually to the Desert where he lived among the Ruala Bedouin tribe. He lived among these migrating tribesman with their herds of livestock as a blood brother, learned their language, rode with them on raids and skirmishes, and tried to learn all he could of their theories, beliefs and methods of breeding pure Arabians. He made 12 more trips back to the desert and made friendships that endured throughout the remainder of his life.
An essential addition to any Arabian library.
This is a hard bound book, good used condition, no dust jacket, pages clean and in good condition, normal use and ageing, published by Creative Age Press, N.Y. Copyright 1942, fifth printing. Illustrated with photos which are printed on glossy for better photo reproduction, 292 pages.