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Judy was looking forward to riding camp, but it wasn't what she had dreamed of. The horses are bad tempered, the riders don't have control, and Judy becomes terrified that someday she may fall off and be trampled. One day she is assigned Duke, a disasterous horse, and is badly injured when Duke falls. When she recovers from the accident, Judy is terrified to get back in the saddle. Mr. Jeffers her former riding instructor has an inspiration: perhaps Judy could regain her love of horses if she has a horse who needs to regain her trust in human beings. With a wrecked mare, Fair Lady, Judy learns to love horses again, and finds that she has a truly spectacular horse.
Billy loved horses. And one Birthday his mom and Dad gave him a pony of his own. With his white face, he knew that pony should be called Blaze. and they have many great adventures together. This is the first book in the Blaze series.
This book gives profiles of twenty of the most famous horses of the day. From Man O'war, king of the race track, to Heatherbloom horse able to jump like Pegasus, to Bob the great milk horse these stories bring to light the personality and beauty of our four footed equine friends.
Billy and Blaze head west again in another classic adventure from C. W. Anderson. This time, the loyal friends come face-to-face with a ferocious mountain lion. But fortunately, they're able to chase the wild cat into it's den and save a frightened calf from near death. Billy and Blaze help capture the cat before it can emerge, and, heroes once again, ride the range in search of new adventures! Blaze and the Mountain Lion is part of the classic Billy and Blaze series. Sensitive drawings and easy-to-read words capture the warmth and understanding between a boy and his horse.
Billy and Blaze are more than just friends--they're heroes! When they spot smoke in the brush, they race through the woods to sound the alarm. At the end of the day, Billy and Blaze are rewarded for their bravery--with carrots for Blaze, chocolate cake for Billy, and a very special present that they can share. Blaze and the Forest Fire is part of the classic Billy and Blaze series. Sensitive drawings and easy-to-read words capture the warmth and special understanding between a boy and his horse.
Billy's younger neighbor, Tommy, loves to ride Blaze. But he wants a pony of his own--a real one, not just another toy pony. Then one glorious day, with a little help from Billy and Blaze, Tommy finds the gray spotted pony of his dreams.
While out on a ride, Billy and his pony Blaze run into a bunch of traveling gypsies. They ask Billy's father if he would be willing to sell Blaze. After Billy's father says no, Blaze disappears, stolen in the middle of the night. Will Billy and Blaze ever see each other again?
Billy and Blaze head west--but when Blaze is kidnapped, Bill must track down Rattlesnake Joe in order to recover his beloved horse. Blaze and the Indian Cave is part of the classic Billy and Blaze series. Easy-to-read words capture the warmth and special understanding between a boy and his horse.
Billy and his pony Blaze like to go on adventures. When Billy goes looking for the lost quarry, he finds "Wolf Rock", a old shack, and a new friend too.
When Billy goes on vacation with his family to western ranch, they bring Blaze, Billy's pony. Billy and Blaze go on adventures and one day, they see Thunderbolt. Thunderbolt is one of the last wild horses, and a beautiful horse at that. No one can catch him. Can Billy teach Thunderbolt that he can be trusted? Will Billy get to ride Thunderbolt?
Billy and his friend Tommy often take long rides through the woods and over the hills on their ponies, Blaze and Dusty. One day they decide to explore some of the country they have never seen. They agree to take every right turn they come to and see what they will find. After a day of discoveries, they are lost--but Blaze knows the way home! "Blaze Finds Forgotten Roads" is part of the classic Billy and Blaze series. Sensitive drawings and easy-to-read words capture the warmth and understanding between a boy and his horse.
When Billly and Blaze go exploring Billy gets lost in a forest of dead trees. To make matters worse, there is a storm brewing. Can Blaze find the way out of the woods and onto home? This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy. Other books about Blaze which are available from Bookshare: Blaze and the Lost Quarry Blaze and Thunderbolt Blaze and the Forest Fire Blaze and the Gypsies Blaze and the Mountain Lion Blaze Shows the Way Billy and Blaze Blaze and the Gray Spotted Pony Blaze and the Indian Cave.
Billy and Blaze are back in another exciting tale of their adventures. This time they're showing their friends Tommy and Dusty how to be as great a team as they are. Tommy and Dusty are eager learners, for they know that Billy and Blaze are the best teachers anybody (or any pony) could ever ask for. Soon, Tommy and Dusty are good enough to enter the pairs jumping class with Billy and Blaze. Now they can show everyone just how much they've learned "Blaze Shows the Way" is part of the classic Billy and Blaze series. Thoughtful drawings and easy-to-read text capture the warmth and understanding shared by a boy and his horse.
Rhonda is given a beautiful white Connemara show pony that has gone blind after she promises the owner that she is willing to ride him carefully, take care of him, and teach him to trust her. Can they build up enough trust to jump without him seeing what he is jumping? Based on a true story.
From the Book jacket: "If I only knew someone who would give him a good home." The owner of a fine horse, just crippled on the track, made the remark and Peter overheard him. Peter was ten and his father had taken him to his first race at Saratoga. He had always loved horses-Mohawk's owner could tell that from the way he acted. Could he take the horse? His father said he could, so a few days later Mohawk came home. Happy, busy days followed for both Peter and Mohawk, for no horse ever received more tender care. He grew strong and lively too. And when another year came around, he ran again and won $500. Perhaps you can guess what Peter did with his money. ... He bought a yearling, and, most exciting of all, Salute was a grandson of the great Man o' War. The artist's beautiful lithographs were all drawn directly on the zinc plates, a technique which gives them a rich depth in tone and quality. C. W. ANDERSON "Young horse lovers are extremely fond of C. W. Anderson's books. They have handsome horse portraits, and they tell in simple, straightforward fashion of the experience of children with horses." -New York Herald Tribune C. W. Anderson grew up in Wahoo, Nebraska, and studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. His first book, Billy and Blaze, was published by Macmillan in 1936. Since then more than half a million Billy and Blaze Books have been sold, and Mr. Anderson has come to be recognized as America's foremost author- illustrator of horse stories. He has written such favorites for young readers as A Filly for Joan and High Courage, as well as books for horse enthusiasts of all ages such as Heads Up, Heels Down, C. W. Anderson's Complete Book of Horses and Horsemanship, and Twenty Gallant Horses. Horses still dominate Mr. Anderson's life as an artist and sportsman. He has a country home in Mason, New Hampshire, where he rides, and a studio in Boston.
This easy to read book tells the profiles of twenty of America's most famous racehorses. From Heatherbloom, able to jump eight foot fences, to Snow Man, who won the triple crown of jumping, to Seabiscuit, and War Admiral, two of the most famous race horses. This book will delight anyone who loves horses.
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