Browse Abstracts (11 total)

| by Hoban, Russell

It isn't until Baby Brute finds a lost good feeling in a field of daisies that the family becomes happy and friendly. In the springtime, they flew thier kites together. In summer, they swam together. In fall, they gathered nuts and acorns. And in winter, they sang songs together. When spring came again, the little Brute family changed their name to nice.

| by Friedrich, Elizabeth

One summer, Leah's father gives her a pony which she grows to love dearly. When told the devastating news that her family is running out of money, Leah has to decide what she will sacrifice to help.

| by Anderson, C.W.

A young boy named Billy and his pony, Blaze, meet a group of gypsies on a road. The gypsies steal Blaze. Billy searches for Blaze, while Blaze searches for home.

| by Anderson, C.W.

Billy is a young boy who gets a pony for his birthday. He names the pony Blaze. The two become close friends. They enter a horse show together.

| by Anderson, Lonzo

Two children and their ponies get caught in a snow storm. There is also an earthquake and a volcano that prevent them from making it home. One pony is about to give birth and the two children help.

| by Herzig, Alison

Slim, Jim, and Grisley are the baddest bronco busters in all of the west. They think they can tame any horse, but they meet their match when they come across a small cowboy and his black pony. The bronco busters try everything, but the pony beats them every time. The small cowboy finds a way to turn this fierce bronco into a friend.

| by McCrea, James//McCrea, Ruth

As the king's procession rides through the village, Pipin, the tall boy, is made fun of becauses he rides a donkey. The king makes a proclamation to give Pipin a new grand pony, but Pipin chooses to keep his donkey.

| by Lester, Alison

A young girl explains what goes on at her farm during each season. She longs for a pony and gets a wonderful surprise at Christmas.

| by Carlstrom, Nancy White

What would you do if you lived at the zoo?Would you stay with the lions and tigers or would you hang with the monkeys?How would you talk to the animals at the zoo?Take a trip to this zoo and find out just exactly what you would do if you live at a zoo.

| by Kingman, Lee

Peter, a young boy, lives far up a mountainside on a farm with his mother and father. They live far from any town and Peter looks forward to starting school in town so he can make and have friends. Before the beginning of the school year Peter receives a pony that takes him to school. Peter discovers that his new pony can perform tricks and was once famous.

| by Anderson, C.W.

Billy and his pony, Blaze, ride off for a day in the woods together. They get lost in the woods and they need to find their way home before the storm.
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