Book Reviews of The Black Stallion (Black Stallion, Bk 1)

The Black Stallion (Black Stallion, Bk 1)
The Black Stallion - Black Stallion, Bk 1
Author: Walter Farley
ISBN-13: 9780394836096
ISBN-10: 039483609X
Publication Date: 11/12/1977
Pages: 187
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed The Black Stallion (Black Stallion, Bk 1) on + 3352 more book reviews
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Unbroken, untameable, The Black Stallion and his boy share a desert island, hardship, and a mutual love. Through this love they both become great racers. This beloved story first appeared in 1941 and is still greatly loved.
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If u like horses this book u should read....even though it seems like for children but I think it is a good book for every age.
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um rips on the bottom not bad front cover has name white ed out
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My 10 yr old daughter had to read this for school and she absolutely loved it! I read it as well and enjoyed it, too. It was an easy read for her and yet kept her interest until the end.
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Loved this book! This is great for any girl or boy that adores horses. It has mystery and a love story all in one.
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A classic abour a black stallion and a young boy lost a sea. Wonderful story. Haqve loved it since I was a child. A must read for all children.
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This is a wonderful version of a classic chidlren's story.
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Fantastically written. I don't like horses, but I liked horses in this book. Simple, elegant and enthralling are the words that describe how this book is written. A short story is told. It is told well. And there is enough doubt right until the end to keep you reading.
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The New York Times reviewed this book as such:

"The Black Stallion is about the most famous fictional horse of the century." -- The New York Times

That about says it all, I think!
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The book's binding is a little worn and the cover is a bit loose.