In 2008 The Little White Horse was adapted into a movie called "The Secret of Moonacre". This is actually how I became interested in reading the book; after watching the movie on Netflix. The movie of course has its differences, but it's a beautiful film that stayed in my mind for a long time afterwards, and after reading the book I realize that they share the same tone and feeling of subtle magic and mystery that linger with you. If you haven't read The Little White Horse I do recommend it. It takes place in the late 1800s in a beautiful little valley near the sea with an interesting cast of characters that you'll wish were your neighbors. There is a touch of romance and a lot of inquisitive, youthful spirit. And did I mention the food? Yes, there's that too (There could be a little cookbook companion to this novel! I should get on that).
Until next time!