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by Walter Farley

eBook Little Black, A Pony epub
  • ISBN: 0001718487
  • Author: Walter Farley
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Collins (August 4, 1997)
  • ePUB size: 1817 kb
  • FB2 size 1163 kb
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Both books are written by Walter Farley, the author of the famous "Black Stallion" young adult series.

I had originally purchased the book in the late 1960's when my children were very young. It was the first book they could "read", mainly b/c they had heard it read to them so many times, they had memorized the words. Both books are written by Walter Farley, the author of the famous "Black Stallion" young adult series. We love these stories in our family and I highly recommend, especially if you have boys, since both stories are told in the first-person from a boy's point of view.

Little Black, A Pony by Walter Farley (1961-05-03) Hardcover. For many years, The Black Stallion books by Walter Farley have been among the most popular books with young readers on the Navajo Nation. LITTLE BLACK, A PONY, I Can Read It All By Myself Beginner Books Hardcover. Translated into Navajo and completely re-illustrated by Baje Whitethorne, Sr. in vivid watercolors, this book on friendship and unwavering loyalty promises to steal readers' hearts.

Walter Farley (born Walter Lorimer Farley, 26 June 1915 – 16 October 1989) was an American author, primarily of horse stories for children. His first and most famous work was The Black Stallion (1941). He wrote many sequels, and the series has been continued since his death by his son Steven. Farley was the son of Walter Patrick Farley and Isabelle "Belle" L. (Vermilyea) Farley

Little Black, a Pony book.

Little Black, a Pony book. This is a touching story and his horse Little Black.

Little Black, a pony. by. Farley, Walter, 1915-1989, author.

Walter Farley, the creator of the Black Stallion, chronicles the mightiest racer ever seen on an American racetrack from his surging power and blistering speed to his overwhelming desire to run! Here is the unofficial biography of the red giant, from the moment he was foaled through all of hi. .

Walter Farley, the creator of the Black Stallion, chronicles the mightiest racer ever seen on an American racetrack from his surging power and blistering speed to his overwhelming desire to run! Here is the unofficial biography of the red giant, from the moment he was foaled through all of his racing triumphs. Winning an astonishing 20 of his 21 starts, Man o’ War became a legend, and captured the heart of a nation before he retired in 1920 to sire Hard Tack, the father of Seabiscuit, and Triple Crown winner War Admiral. Published by Thriftbooks

For many years, The Black Stallion books by Walter Farley have been among the most popular books with young readers on the Navajo Nation. little black, a pony. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. As a child I found this book to be everything a book should- one that is well written, beautifully illustrated, and teaches a moral through a bit of suspense and basic values. While the story is about horses, the underlying meaning is about valuing our friends no matter their pomp or standing. Better still, kids will learn everyone has feelings, even animals.

Walter Farley, Elsie Carr, Baje Whitethorne. A little boy is in love with horses

Author: Walter Farley, also author of The Black Stallion. Illustrator: James Schucker. Purchase was easy, I've been looking for this item for some time, price was great, book was in excellent condition and arrived in a reasonable time.

Author: Walter Farley, also author of The Black Stallion. Publisher: Beginner Books, Gibraltar Library Binding. Jake O'Shawnasey, a strange looking green Irish seagull, by Stephen Cosgrove, Serendipity Book, 1975, vintage hardcover children's book. Such a beautiful book! Exactly as described. Was very well packaged. Thanks a lot. The Night Before Christmas, Illustrated by Susan Winget, 1999, a vintage hardcover children's Christmas book.

Comments: (7)
blodrayne
Of the hundreds of books I'd read as a child, this one stood out as a favorite. It is a story for younger children, and is touching in its message of friendship, loyalty, and love of animals. The story is sweet and sad, with a happy ending. The illustrations are perfectly rendered, and go hand-in-hand with the words. They add even more emotion and feelings to the story. Rereading the book as an adult brought back strong memories of childhood for me, yet I can appreciate the message even more now. Thanks, Walter Farley!
Dog_Uoll
This book was a childhood favorite of mine, passed down to me from my father. My copy was ruined in a basement flood. I was thrilled to find it and to receive a perfect copy. My kids are so excited and have asked me to order one for each of them so that we can start a family tradition of passing it down to our kids. I will definitely buy from this vendor again.
Iarim
I had read this book as a young child, and always hoped that I would someday be able to find it again. I assumed it was long since out of print. However, one day I decided to look it up on Amazon. I was pleasantly surprised that it was in print and available. A picture of the original version was shown, but a newer version was being sold on Amazon. This newer book is a Native American version. The story seems to be exactly as I remember it, but with a Native American boy instead of the original Caucasian characters, and the story is written both in English and translated into Navajo. I would still love to get my hands on the original book, because that is the one I loved and remembered as a little girl, but I have to say this Navajo version is beautifully illustrated, and the story is the same. I think I love it more. When I first read the book in the sixties and in a small town in Maine, it was a very different time. I'm sure a lot of the material I read involved white main characters. Now I am so pleased that children are learning that we are diverse and that our differences can be celebrated! The theme of the book is the main thing, which is to appreciate that everyone is worthy and capable of doing special things, regardless of their physical differences. The boy in the story learns an important lesson after he casts aside his little black pony for the big red horse that can do so much more. Little Black, despite his size, saves the boy in a situation where Big Red could not because of his size. Children who read this book can learn to appreciate everyone for who they are, despite cultural or physical differences, or as shown in this story, the capabilities of someone based on their size.
blac wolf
"Little Black, a Pony" has always been my 3 children's and now, my 7 grandchildren's favorite book. I had originally purchased the book in the late 1960's when my children were very young. It was the first book they could "read", mainly b/c they had heard it read to them so many times, they had memorized the words. In recent years It was necessary to keep it in a plastic bag b/c its hard cover had disappeared, and the pages had started to fall apart from all the handling it received for so many years. Shortly after our last grandchild arrived (he's almost 2 now), I started reading "Little Black, A Pony" to him, and of course it has become his favorite book, too. But if I let him handle my original copy, the book began to fall apart even more. He was missing out on the fun of touching the pictures and turning the pages himself. A friend suggested I look on Amazon.......I did and was thrilled to find "Liitle Black" at a very reasonable price, order it and have it delivered to my door w/n a week. My littlest grandson will visit this w/e and I can't wait to see his face when he sees his very own copy, can sit in his Poppy's big chair and "read" his very own copy all by himself. I'll take pictures. Thank you Amazon.
Shazel
I bought this to replace the copy I had as a child, which I think had been donated to a school at some point as I got older. The illustrations are excellent, as well as the moral lesson about valuing all of your friends no matter what preconceived notions you may have about them before seeing their abilities.
Moogugore
Both books are written by Walter Farley, the author of the famous "Black Stallion" young adult series. Both books reviewed here are for younger children, and teach empathy and respect for animals. We love these stories in our family and I highly recommend, especially if you have boys, since both stories are told in the first-person from a boy's point of view. Great to read again and again.
Erienan
I loved this book as a child and wanted to share it with our grandchildren. It has a very sweet message about how each of us offers something unique and useful to others. A little pony finds he can do something to help his owner that the big powerful horse can't do.
Had to get this book for children to read that visit my home. Read it as a little girl and it has been one of those books that stuck in my head into adulthood. Good lesson on being faithful.
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