Tim the Tiny Horse at Large

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Tim the Tiny Horse at Large
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Author Harry Hill
CountryUnited Kingdom
Genre Fantasy, comedy
Publisher Faber Children's Books
Publication date
4 September 2008
Media typePrint (hardback)
ISBN 978-0-571-23602-2
Preceded by Tim the Tiny Horse  

Tim the Tiny Horse at Large is a book of stories for children written and illustrated by comedian Harry Hill, and published in 2008. It is the sequel to Tim the Tiny Horse .


Plot summary

Tim is still small yet his responsibilities are growing larger. Whilst continuing to live in his matchbox stable, he falls in love with Fly's sister Chenille, is Best Horse at Fly's wedding, babysits for Mr and Mrs Fly's baby, and buys a loft style apartment cigarette box, using a five-pound cheque. Then, Tim goes to buy a pet greenfly, George, and has to face up to the responsibilities and tragedies of being a pet owner.



Tim the Tiny Horse at Large was released on September 4, 2008. [1] It is also known as Tim the Tiny Horse 2.

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