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Author: Norman Thelwell
ISBN: 0413738507
Subcategory: Humor
Pages 302 pages
Publisher Methuen Publishing Ltd (May 25, 2000)
Language English
Category: Humor
Rating: 4.4
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by Norman Thelwell


Norman Thelwell (3 May 1923 – 7 February 2004) was an English cartoonist well known for his humorous illustrations of ponies and horses

Norman Thelwell (3 May 1923 – 7 February 2004) was an English cartoonist well known for his humorous illustrations of ponies and horses. His first published cartoon, in the London Opinion, was an Indian subject.

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Thelwell's Pony Panorama. A Classic Collection Featuring Gymkhana, Thelwell Goes West & Penelope. Following the 1953 publication of British artist Norman Thelwell’s first pony cartoon, his name became synonymous worldwide with images of little girls and fat hairy ponies. In 2017 Thelwell’s Pony Cavalcade, featuring many of the earliest Thelwell cartoons, was re-released in North America, reviving the artist’s fervent fandom and initiating calls for more. Now, in this second hilarious collection, readers are treated to three additional Thelwell classics: Thelwell Goes West, and Penelope.

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In 2017 Thelwell’s Pony Cavalcade, featuring many of the earliest Thelwell cartoons, was re-released in North America, reviving the artist’s fervent fandom and initiating calls for more. Now, in this second hilarious collection, readers are treated to three additional Thelwell classics: Gymkhana, Thelwell Goes West, and Penelope. Those new to Thelwell will fall in love with his uniquely mative view of the equestrian world, while long-time enthusiasts can indulge in a delightful dose of equine-friendly nostalgia.

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Taking a break from the familiar catastrophes of the gymkhana and the trials of Penelope and her beloved but irrascible Kipper, Therwell slips on a stetson, leaps into the saddle from the upstairs window of the Golden Nugget Saloon and goes west.
kinder
Publisher did a horrible job printing these classic books. Shameful disservice to the wonderful original works by the author. Do some research and find the originals. It's somewhat time consuming, more expensive, and mostly dealing with second hand copies, but definitely worth the effort if you cherish these wonderful collections from years ago. This was even supposed to be a special 60th anniversary edition. Very disappointing how they reprinted these so inferior to the original. Like I said shameful
Fenius
I'm not a horse person. I like them, as long as they don't bite me, and I enjoy the occasional walk on a well-beaten path on a very gentle animal. But I have never - and most likely will never - train, show, or own a horse or pony. Nonetheless, I loved this book set. It was utterly charming and hilarious. The humor was sharper than I expected; brilliant for adults, teens and children! There are some cartoons which may not be considered PC, like those related to fox-hunting - these were drawn in the 1950's or 60's I think. The drawings are brilliant, simply brilliant. While the horses are cartoons, their faces are utterly alive with expression! All of the animals and humans are so `real' in a comically unreal way! This set is out of print and expensive, so I'd recommend searching for the titles separately or looking around a little. A MUST for horse lovers (who do you think recommended this to me?) and anyone else who wants to have a good, happy laugh!
Daizil
My seller I gave five stars because they performed just fine in good faith. Unfortunately I can't say the same for this publisher. I have loved Thelwell's cartoons since I discovered them in the library in high school. I own an excellent copy of this title in hard cover, original printing. I intended to buy this copy for a friend who I knew would love them. They seem not to be even reproduced from plates much less film or artwork; looks more like they were printed from poor third generation photocopies! They are virtually unviewable and certainly nothing I'll give as a gift. The cartoons themselves are wonderful and if you can get an early printing instead of this reprinting, I recommend the book and all the Thelwell titles as priceless humor and fine British mid-century line art.
Lilegha
I didn't quite realize when I purchased this that it is a compilation of several books. I have loved Thelwell since I was a kid, but I have found the books not all that easy to come by. This one is great, but being a relatively thick book you have to really crack the binding to open it up all the way to get a good full look at the cartoons. It is also in black and white, although I suppose that is what he drew (I somehow have always thought of Thelwell in color, but I am not sure what I am remembering). His drawings are clearly done by a person that knows equine anatomy, as they are all very correct, just that the ponies all have cute, fat bellies and adorable expressions. I don't know why Thelwell isn't more universal, as I think just about any horse person would appreciate this good-hearted, family-friendly, timeless humor. Even my 2 yo daughter asks to "read" these cartoons.
digytal soul
I recall the immaculate and detailed illustrations produced by Normal Thelwell from books I had as a child. This edition has been printed so badly it is very difficult to see what is actually in the illustrations. Shoddy printing quality might be acceptable in larger illustrations but these are so small their size compounds the problem until it seems one is simply flipping through a book of blurs and blots. I am very disappointed and have returned the book.
GoodLike
The reason I give this only three stars is that the paper-bound book is too small! I have to use a magnifying glass in order to read the text. I wish there were a larger-format edition with larger print for my old eyes. Other than that, I do like the Thelwell series.
Jorius
I have an adult niece who loved these books as a child - as well as I like them as an adult. I bought this as a Christmas gift for a young girl. First it arrived way after Christmas, even though it was ordered on December 10th (mailed from Great Britain). The packaging was flimsy and the book got warped in shipping. Then I opened the book to find a hand written note to the previous owner on the inside of the cover. Whoops... that will not work for a gift to a child. I was very disappointed.
A Leg At Each Corner and Angels on Horseback have been favorites of mine since childhood (let's just say.... "Once upon a time..."). Yet, every time I scroll through them I laugh so hard tears stream down my face. While these books pertain to jumping, Thelwell also has a volume on Western that please the cowpokes among us.