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Fiction Book Review: The Horse and His Boy: The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, Pauline Baynes


Horse Gone Silent


Horse Gone Silent


$6.43


Inspired by a true story, “Horse Gone Silent” delivers adventure, drama and life lessons in a perfectly tidy package that will speak to your heart like no horse story ever has before. Champion show jumping horse Calebo gives a divinely critical message of hope in his inspirational tale of perseverance and courage. Calebo’s story follows him from his charmed youth, to the top of his sport to find…

Holly Horse And the Great Quest: A beautifully illustrated children's  book with animals, nature and valuable life lesson


Holly Horse And the Great Quest: A beautifully illustrated children’s book with animals, nature and valuable life lesson


$7.17


★☆★An amazon #1 best seller in 7 categories and a Readers’ Favorite award finalist for 2014 – Still to be judged on Sept. 1st. 2014★☆★☆Are you looking for a children’s story that you will love just as much as you child does? Holly Horse is an enchanting story that reminds us to appreciate all that we have.  Readers’ Favorite 5 star editorial review says: “This is one of the best c…

Children's Book: La Yegua Holly y la Gran Misión -Libros en Español Para Niños-Libros Sobre Caballos y Animales (Cuentos para Dormir 4-10 Años) Books for Kids in Spanish Edition about Horses


Children’s Book: La Yegua Holly y la Gran Misión -Libros en Español Para Niños-Libros Sobre Caballos y Animales (Cuentos para Dormir 4-10 Años) Books for Kids in Spanish Edition about Horses



★☆★ Libros Para Niños ★☆★ ¡Si su niños encantan los libros sobre animales, especialmente los caballos, sus hijos les encantará, La Yegua Holly y La Gran Misión!La versión en Inglés de este libro recibió un 5 estrellas revisión editorial por Readers’ FavoriteLa revisión dice: –Esta es una de las mejores Libros para niños que he leído nunca. La versión en Inglés también h…


Oil Painting 'The Piebald Horse, About 1650 - 1654 By Paulus Potter' Printing On Perfect Effect Canvas , 16x18 Inch / 41x45 Cm ,the Best Wall Art Decoration And Home Decoration And Gifts Is This Replica Art DecorativePrints On Canvas


Oil Painting ‘The Piebald Horse, About 1650 – 1654 By Paulus Potter’ Printing On Perfect Effect Canvas , 16×18 Inch / 41×45 Cm ,the Best Wall Art Decoration And Home Decoration And Gifts Is This Replica Art DecorativePrints On Canvas


$21.15


Best Price Canvas Prints Without Frame ,The Piebald Horse, about 1650 – 1654 By Paulus Potter, is for Home Decoration, or Wall Art Decoration, Home Decor. There are fiber canvas, cotton canvas, or linen canvas. And it is also the best gift for your relatives, or girl friend and boy friend….

Uloveme The Oil Painting Harriet Scott - Black-headed Snake, Aspidiotes Melanocephalus Pillow Cases Of ,18 X 18 Inches / 45 By 45 Cm Decoration,gift For Girls,office,gril Friend,indoor,car Seat,club


Uloveme The Oil Painting Harriet Scott – Black-headed Snake, Aspidiotes Melanocephalus Pillow Cases Of ,18 X 18 Inches / 45 By 45 Cm Decoration,gift For Girls,office,gril Friend,indoor,car Seat,club


$4.54


Sunshine in the house Bright and happy covers in very good quality. This pillow cover print by high quality European ink, can be hand wash in cold water. Made of cotton linen cloth material this pillow cover has an invisible zipper. With this removable throw pillow cover/cushion cover, you could make your old accent pillow or cushion a beautiful new look. lightweight,durable and comfortably hold. …

Loveloveu 20 X 20 Inches / 50 By 50 Cm Plant Pillow Covers,twice Sides Is Fit For Home Theater,office,divan,pub,lounge,car Seat


Loveloveu 20 X 20 Inches / 50 By 50 Cm Plant Pillow Covers,twice Sides Is Fit For Home Theater,office,divan,pub,lounge,car Seat


$10.84


High grade fabrics and fine workmanship. An eco-friendly way to change your decor every season or day to match the festivity of the occasion. Cold and gentle machine wash. There are slight difference between the picture and the real item caused by light brightness. Invisible zipper design. High grade material and fine workmanship. Hidden zipper for easy insertion or removal of cushion. Tumble dry …

























Archie Archives 1


Archie Archives 1


$34.93


Dark Horse Comics and Archie Comics Publications are thrilled to present the archive library series everyone is talking about – Archie Archives Now the earliest and most hard-to-find stories in the history of Archie comics can be read and enjoyed in gorgeously produced, full-color hardcover books. Seventy years ago, a small independent comics publisher in New York introduced a new kind of character to comics fans. Archie Andrews, the red-headed teenaged “everyman” we all grew up with. Volume 1 of the Archie Archives series shines the spotlight on young Mr. Andrews’ earliest adventures on the streets of Riverdale and all the trouble he’s caused along the way.

Animals All Around


Animals All Around


$6.07


Animals All Around is a nonfiction Level 2 I Can Read Made By God bind up. With photos and facts showing children the wonders of God’s creation, this collection includes four complete I Can Read titles with the addition of bonus fun and amazing facts about the creation they feature. All facts align with the Common Core Standards for informational reading for young readers. Animals All Around Us Forest Friends Our Feathered Friends Cats, Dogs, Hamsters, and Horses Barnyard Critters

Autobiographix


Autobiographix


$8.9


Dedicated readers have long known that the medium of comics and graphic novels isn’t all about caped super-heroes and spandex-clad bad girls. In fact, the combination of words and pictures can be the perfect vehicle for telling all kinds of stories, from poignant memoirs to lighter takes on the mundane musings of modern life. This collection of short stories illustrates, quite literally, the effectiveness of the medium for telling the most personal of stories the autobiography and does so by showcasing some of the first published autobiographical stories from living-legend artists, mainstream greats, and young “indie” up-and-comers.

Battalion Banished


Battalion Banished


$9.99


Rob and Frida’s Battalion Zero has vanquished Dr. Dirt, but Dirt’s accomplice, Lady Craven, has risen to power to finish what Dirt started: control of every biome boundary to rule the Overworld. The balance of day and night has shifted, and the mobs keep the villagers at bay, making them work ever harder during the day to replace what monsters destroy at night. Battalion Zero has suffered some losses and must regroup and recoup their resources and power. Rob, Frida, Jools, and Stormie are now outcasts who must search the most desolate spaces for plunder as they attempt to gather new recruits who share their cause. Once a legitimate rancher, Rob reluctantly turns to rustling to provide horses to trade and to mount his company of defenders. The four friends become ever bolder and more desperate in their nightly raids against the mobs, and soon they bolster their ranks with outlaws De Vries and Crash, two shape-shifters who might get close enough to Lady Craven’s inner circle to bring them down. But artifice and deception can go too far. As Battalion Zero adopts the enemy’s tactics, their very humanity hangs in the balance. Now the only soul that Captain Rob can trust is his honest steed, Saber. Can the two lead their cavalry cohorts back to the side of justice in time to retake the Overworld? Will Rob be able to resume his journey home? Or will they all remain in Overworld orbit forever, banished to the Far Lands to live or die? Saddle up for the next daring advance by Rob and company, Defenders of the Overworld! Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers-picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more. While not every title we publish beco

Bellashelly


Bellashelly


$4.99


Jamey is a child with special needs. Suffering from Rett Syndrome, she can’t talk, and she has to think very hard to move any part of her body. She needs a lot of attention from her mom who helps her dress, eat, and do her exercises. While mom makes sure Jamey is cared for, sister Casey has a lot of time alone. She keeps busy playing with Bellashelly, an imaginary horse. Bellashelly is white and purple and has pink hearts on her coat, and she likes to run away. Meanwhile, Jamey finds help for her symptoms from a pony named Dragon during hippotherapy sessions. It’s here that Casey also gets a solution for her wandering horse. Based on real-life experiences, Bellashelly, a picture book for children, shares a story about a little girl living with a disability and how she and her sister find comfort from a four-legged friend.

Beneath and Beyond


Beneath and Beyond


$3.69


As human ambassadors for the Tall White Beings, Tashi and Althea’s current assignment takes them to Mayan country in Mexico. Petra, a recent ambassador graduate from the Hidden City who lives on a famous horse-breeding ranch, is overwhelmed with the ignorance and blatant corruption taking over her homeland in the mountains near Mexico City; she needs Tashi and Althea’s help. Althea finds that her past life at the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan has come back like a karmic slap in the face. She is facing her ancient adversaries in her current lifetime. With Petra, Althea meets El Diablo, a modern-day Robin Hood, who is legendary to the people in the mountain villages for his good and not-so-good deeds, depending on whom you talk to. Learn about Claudette Cleveland’s other books in the Beneath and Beyond series, The Hidden City and The Thunderbirds on her website http://ClaudetteCleveland.com.

Beneath and Beyond


Beneath and Beyond


$9.99


As human ambassadors for the Tall White Beings, Tashi and Altheas current assignment takes them to Mayan country in Mexico. Petra, a recent ambassador graduate from the Hidden City who lives on a famous horse-breeding ranch, is overwhelmed with the ignorance and blatant corruption that is taking over her homeland in the mountains near Mexico City; she needs Tashi and Altheas help-Althea finds her past life at the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan has come back like a karmic slap in the face. She finds herself facing her ancient adversaries in her current lifetime. With Petra, Althea meets El Diablo, a modern day Robin Hood, who is legendary to the people in the mountain villages for his good and not-so-good deeds, depending on whom you talk to. -Learn about Claudette Clevelands other books in the Beneath and Beyond series, The Hidden City and The Thunderbirds on her website http://ClaudetteCleveland.com and at your preferred online retailer.

Backyard Bigfoot


Backyard Bigfoot


$4.99


Bigfoot. Fact or Fiction? Read this book before you decide! From recent footprints to ghostly figures painted on stone centuries ago, Backyard Bigfoot presents startling evidence that the hairy creatures who lurk in our world’s backcountry represent more than a figment of our collective imagination. Bigfoot expert Lisa A. Shiel lays out the evidence – physical and folkloric, ancient and modern – to prove that Bigfoot and its kin all over the world stand closer to us than we ever imagined. If you’re a newcomer to the subject, you’ll learn valuable facts as the author guides you through the mine field of theories, counter-theories, and assumptions about Bigfoot. Knowledgeable researchers will find a treasure trove of little-known evidence and usually taboo concepts. In perfect detail, Shiel lays out her singular and astonishing revelations about Bigfoot, gleaned from years of research – both in the field and in the historical archives. Joining her odyssey, you’ll explore Stick signs, purposeful symbols created with sticks and other material; Mane braiding, where intricate braids appear in horses’ manes overnight; Predominant Bigfoot theories and why they don’t fit the facts; UFO-Bigfoot connection, a subject typically dismissed by academic pedagogues; and Distorted human history and how it affects our perceptions of the Bigfoot enigma. From human evolution to lost civilizations, from UFOs to ancient artwork, Shiel weaves disparate threads into one incredible yet thoroughly believable theoretical tapestry – and leaves you breathless.

Black Beauty


Black Beauty


$3.99


Black Beauty (1877) is the classic children’s book by English author Anna Sewell. A cripple for most of her life, Sewell developed an early love of horses, and the story intended to teach her readers about treating horses (and allegorically all living things) with kindness, patience and sympathy. The story is narrated first-person by Black Beauty, recounting his journey from a farm to the hard life pulling cabs in London to his eventual retirement.

Black Beauty


Black Beauty


$3.99


In a wonderful new version of Anna Sewell’s classic about an extraordinary horse and the various owners whose lives he transforms, Black Beauty, a beautiful courageous black colt with a white star on its head, notes that, “Horses don’t get to choose the people in our lives. For us it’s all chance.” Black Beauty provides an especially important lesson for children since it reveals the vulnerability of animals, how they suffer at the hands of uncaring people, and how much pleasure they feel when touched by human kindness. ANNA SEWELL (1820-1878) was an English novelist whose evergreen classic Black Beauty, was published in 1877. With fifty million copies sold, Black Beauty has never been out of print, and has become one of the best selling books of all time.

Black Beauty


Black Beauty


$1.49


Anna Sewell’s only published novel, Black Beauty, is an extraordinary classic that deals with animal life and focuses on the importance of good animal treatment. The idea of writing a book about animal rights has been inspired by Sewell’s own physical disability which has made her dependent on horse-drawn transportation. The narrator in Black Beauty is himself a personified horse who tells his life story and describes the world through his own lenses. Sewell says that the objective of writing the novel is to sensitize people to the sufferings of “working animals” and she has actually succeeded in fostering legislation protecting horses and in influencing public attitudes towards animal pain. Black Beauty’s life crucially changes when he is taken from a country farm to pull cabs in the city of London. The different ordeals that he has to go through often contain a moral lesson that teaches kindness and sympathy not only for the poor animals, but also between human beings themselves. Indeed, the novel does not miss to cover the hardships of London taxi drivers either. Generally, Sewell’s seminal classic has had a great influence on other writers of animal stories and has opened up new windows of discovering animal life.

Black Beauty


Black Beauty


$2.99


Black Beauty Anna Sewell, english novelist (1820-1878) This ebook presents Black Beauty, from Anna Sewell. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. TABLE OF CONTENTS -01- ABOUT THIS BOOK -02- DEDICATION -03- MY EARLY HOME -04- THE HUNT -05- MY BREAKING IN -06- BIRTWICK PARK -07- A FAIR START -08- LIBERTY -09- GINGER -10- GINGER’S STORY CONTINUED -11- MERRYLEGS -12- A TALK IN THE ORCHARD -13- PLAIN SPEAKING -14- A STORMY DAY -15- THE DEVIL’S TRADE MARK -16- JAMES HOWARD -17- THE OLD HOSTLER -18- THE FIRE -19- JOHN MANLY’S TALK -20- GOING FOR THE DOCTOR -21- ONLY IGNORANCE -22- JOE GREEN -23- THE PARTING -24- EARLSHALL -25- A STRIKE FOR LIBERTY -26- THE LADY ANNE, OR A RUNAWAY HORSE -27- REUBEN SMITH -28- HOW IT ENDED -29- RUINED AND GOING DOWNHILL -30- A JOB HORSE AND HIS DRIVERS -31- COCKNEYS -32- A THIEF -33- A HUMBUG -34- A HORSE FAIR -35- A LONDON CAB HORSE -36- AN OLD WAR HORSE -37- JERRY BARKER -38- THE SUNDAY CAB -39- THE GOLDEN RULE -40- DOLLY AND A REAL GENTLEMAN -41- SEEDY SAM -42- POOR GINGER -43- THE BUTCHER -44- THE ELECTION -45- A FRIEND IN NEED -46- OLD CAPTAIN AND HIS SUCCESSOR -47- JERRY’S NEW YEAR -48- JAKES AND THE LADY -49- HARD TIMES -50- FARMER THOROUGHGOOD AND HIS GRANDSON WILLIE -51- MY LAST HOME

Black Beauty


Black Beauty


$2.99


Black Beauty is a classic children’s tale about the trails and tribulations in the life of a horse from the horse’s point of view. The story starts in the pasture where Black Beauty is born. We learn about his training to a bit and saddle. We follow his life as he grows up, makes friends, and is past from owner to owner good or bad. We learn how he deals the responsibilities of day to day living. Please Note: This book is easy to read in true text, not scanned images that can sometimes be difficult to decipher. The Microsoft eBook has a contents page linked to the chapter headings for easy navigation. The Adobe eBook has bookmarks at chapter headings and is printable up to two full copies per year. Both versions are text searchable.

Blood Blockade Battlefront 3


Blood Blockade Battlefront 3


$7.69


Sci-fi insanity from Yasuhiro Nightow, creator of Trigun and Gungrave Traffic in New York has never been a picnic, but with the Big Apple destroyed and rebuilt as the dimensional-gate madhouse known as Jerusalem’s Lot, gridlock is a little more compl

Astro Boy 8


Astro Boy 8


$9.64


ASTRO BOY TP VOL 08 (C: 1-0-0)

Buscadero


Buscadero


$14.95


Paperback, Natl Book Network, 2014, ISBN13 9781590773345, ISBN10 1590773349

Cant


Cant


$2.99


Visiting the Underworld of Georgian London but not sure how to blend in? Can’t tell a clapperdogeon from a running smobbler? Wouldn’t recognise the upright man if he noped your costard with his filchman? You need this book. This fascinating guide will teach you all you need to know about the vocabulary of the Rogues of Georgian London and how to function in society at the lowest level. Along the way you will acquire some much-needed information and advice on how to make false dice; how to pick pockets; how best to rob a man on a horse; and where to find a good cup of coffee at 3:00am in the morning. An invaluable resource for any gentleman.

By Chance


By Chance


$4.99


Anderson Stables: Book OneVincent Anderson has everything he thinks he wants: a job he loves, a girlfriend he feels comfortable with, and a horse that never lets him down. He successfully trains off-track Thoroughbreds at his dad’s stable, teaching them to do things other than race. When he’s not working at the stable, he trains with Xander, a rescued former racehorse turned talented show jumper-not that Vince takes him to many shows. Everything changes when he hires a homeless drifter as a stable hand. Seeing the young man’s passion for working with horses, Vince takes him under his wing. But his passion for horses isn’t the only thing Vince notices about Dustin. This revelation leads to him to question his relationship with his girlfriend of two years. As Vince learns to accept himself, he and Dustin grow closer. At the urging of his family, he agrees to try to make the United States Olympic show jumping team with Xander, and he hopes Dustin will travel with him as his groom. But first, Vince must confess his feelings before Dustin decides there’s no hope for romance between them and moves on.

Chanticleer


Chanticleer


$15.76


Excerpt: .countenance, by reason of its clouding up in gusts of pitchy blackness acquired the power, like darkening skies, of discharging thunderbolts, it would have been, I am sure, a hot and heavy one which Mopsey, blackening and blazing, had delivered, as she departed to the kitchen, lowering upon Mr. Tiffany Carrack, -”‘He thought he saw her son Elbridge ‘ The vagabone has no more feeling nor de bottom of a stone jug.” The meal over, the evening wore on in friendly chat of old Thanksgiving times-of neighbors and early family histories; each one in turn launching, so to speak, a little boat upon the current, freighted deep with many precious stores of old-time remembrance; Mrs. Carrack sitting alone as an iceberg in the very midst of the waters, melting not once, nor contributing a drop or trickle to the friendly flow. And when bed-time came again, how clearly was it shown, that there is nothing certain in this changeful world. By some sudden and unforeseen interruption, nations lose power, communities are shattered, households well-constructed fall in pieces at a breath. Her sudden appearance in their midst, compelled another consultation to be taken as to the disposal of the great Mrs. Carrack for the night. It would never answer to put that grand person in any secondary lodging; so all the old arrangements were of necessity broken up; the best bed-room allotted to her; and that her gentle nerves might not be afflicted, the old clock, which adjoined her sleeping-chamber, and which had occupied his corner and told the time for the Peabodys for better than a hundred years from the same spot, was instantly silenced, as impertinent. The Captain’s high-actioned white horse, which had enjoyed the privilege of roaming unmolested about the house, was led away like an unhappy convict, and stabled in the barn; and to complete the arrangements, the two servants in livery were put on guard near her window, to drive off the geese, turkeys, and other talkative birds.

Chautauqua


Chautauqua


$9.99


Chautauqua traces the history of the traveling Chautauqua movement through the lives of several fictional performers. The main protagonist, Marcie Grover, is a Nebraska farm girl, who, at age fifteen, wants to leave the farm and travel with the Redpath Chautauqua. Her father finds no objection, since her farm labors are negligible, and so, she is hired as a childcare girl to keep the children of the Chautauqua audience busy so they can enjoy the performances. The book covers the lives of its fictional characters, Marcie Grover, Sally Conn, José Cruz, and Helen Kinleft, among others, from the close of the 19th Century until the end of the 20th Century. We experience the struggles, successes, fears, excitement and pride of their lives. When José Cruz and his horse, Sovereign, perform slight of hand magic on the Chautauqua stage we are there in the audience and when William Jennings Bryan makes a fiery speech, we hear it with Marcie. As Helen Kinleft performs her bareback riding act learned at the Barnum and Bailey Circus, we are able to enjoy it also. And we triumph with Sally Conn in later years, as a successful New York fashion designer who meets the right man. These are only some of the interesting characters whose lives we find woven through and about Chautauqua, the movement that changed America.