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    Dahmar Wilson,Anita MacRae Feagles
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    Linnet Books (March 1, 1989)
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Too bad! Anita Feagles' book is easy yet engaging to read. It is only 80 pages (broken down into 9 chapters).

Too bad! Anita Feagles' book is easy yet engaging to read. Each chapter details a different scenario in the life of Casey and "his boy" Mike.

Casey the Utterly Impossible (Talking) Horse is a dick. He really takes advantage of anyone he comes across. When I was a kid I thought Casey was funny and clever and now I wonder if he was just a remarkably effective confidence trickster. the worst part was when casey was going to go to the circus. there was no worst character. this book was about a boy finding a talking horse named casey. he asked the boy for.

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Casey is an annoying brat of a horse, but I still enjoy reading the story. I'm glad I sat down and re-read it this week. Read for the challenge: Read as a child

Too bad! Anita Feagles' book is easy yet engaging to read. I wasn't a child who liked to read but I do remember this book. The story is humorous and sentimental. I still have my original copy. It was a fun story about a horse who was as onery as I was. This is a great book for young children who love to read about animals and their friends. My love for this book has followed me to this day.

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Casey, the Utterly Impossible Horse. ISBN 9780208022394 (978-0-208-02239-4) Hardcover, Linnet Books, 1989. Find signed collectible books: 'Casey, the Utterly Impossible Horse'. Learn More at LibraryThing. Anita MacRae Feagles at LibraryThing.

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Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal. No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages. Don’t worry, it’s still perfectly readable and our expert team have made sure there is no major damage – you’re getting a great book for a great price!

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Anita MacRae Feagles. View all Casey, the Utterly Impossible Horse pictures. Manufacturer: Linnet Books Release date: 1 March 1989 ISBN-10 : 0208022392 ISBN-13: 9780208022394.

Plot: kids have a horse who talks which they dress in pajamass and keep in the garage. By: Anita MacRae Feagles.

Casey chooses Mike for his pet boy, and Mike finds himself with a talking horse who likes to wear pajamas.

Read this book as a kid and wanted it for the grandkids. Settled for a used edition since it is no longer in print. Finally got it today and it is a bit yellowed and aged. Reread it as soon as I got it. All pages are in tact and enjoyed it all over again. Can't wait to share with the kids.
I loved this book as a child and I wanted a copy for my GRANDDAUGHTER at a reasonable price. Fine condition.
Very cute book which kept me in stitches as a child. Still cute as an adult, although I purchased it for a friend
My sister and I never fought - until it came to who actually owned Casey the Utterly Impossible Horse. Ultimately, she got possession of our copy. In the end, we both won. The story of this ornery, spoiled horse and his pet boy is one that has stayed with me since I first read it as a child.

And once I was grown, with children of my own, I finally got my very own horse. He may not bang his head against the lawnmower when he doesn't get his way(he prefers the gate to his paddock), and he hasn't insisted on a pair of striped pajamas - not yet anyway - but he does have many of the same traits that made Casey so engaging, and so infuriating. My sister and I both agree that my horse is a kindred spirit to Casey.

I recommend this book to any child who loves horses, or who enjoys a whimsical story that will make you laugh out loud.
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As an elementary student, I remember ordering this book and found it to be all my time favorite ! I believe at the time it cost.25 cents to order from the school book club. For some reason this book stayed with me. Years later I was watching the movie Casey's Shadow and I told my husband if I ever had a son, I would name him Casey. Our first born son was names Casey 32 years ago, and my Mother in Law found this book for me.. I never forgot about this particular book! As a little girl I thought it was fascinating to think that this was a talking and thinking horse! This book was very well written...left with great imagination such as this horse Casey!
A strong-willed and vocal horse on the loose who wants a boy for a pet and, having found one, makes such absurd demands on his boy that the young fella and his sister spend all their time and money trying to keep him happy. Positively adorable! I can't help but be reminded of the wonderful old television show, Mr. Ed. If you love old children's books, this one is for you.
This book about a talking horse named Casey was very cute and whimsical.

I won't give much away, but Casey had some great sarcastic lines and quite an attitude which made him hilarious.
"Casey the Utterly Impossible Horse" is now out of print. Too bad! Anita Feagles' book is easy yet engaging to read. It is only 80 pages (broken down into 9 chapters). Each chapter details a different scenario in the life of Casey and "his boy" Mike. The story is humorous and sentimental. As a young reader in the early 1960's this was my favorite story. I still have my original copy. I recommend this story highly because the character traits displayed by Casey echo the feelings and words expressed by many adolescents.