Wonder Horse Book

Wunderpferd Book

It'?s the true story of the most intelligent horse in the world. Miracle horse by Emily Arnold McCully An intriguing, real tale about an astonishing horse and its unbelievable possessor! An intriguing, real tale about an astonishing horse and its unbelievable possessor! A former vet slaveslave, Bill "Doc" Key used to love pets and respect their emotions at a times when most do not.

When his favourite horse passed away at childbirth, Doc turned his attentions to her filly Jim Key.

Doc discovered Jim's eerie intellect and began to teach Jim how to recognize characters, how to append them, how to extract them, and much more. Until a group of Harvard faculty bailed out Jim's intelligentsia, most folks thought Doc was a scam. Supported by the SPCA, Doc and Jim traveled the land, thrilled the audience and spread a word about wildlife issues.

Featuring light, detailed and highly evocative works of art, this inspirational tale of a former slaves whose passion for wildlife has earned him glory and wealth is as compelling as it is astonishing.

Emily Arnold McCully's true story of the world's most intelligent horse

It was in the later 1800' that the former slaves and vet Bill "Doc" Key realised that his new filly, Jim, was no normal horse. Doc believed in the might of friendliness and perseverance and taught Jim how to spelt, recognise the basic colours and even switch at the till! It was in the later 1800' that the former slaves and vet Bill "Doc" Key realised that his new filly, Jim, was no normal horse.

Doc believed in the might of friendliness and perseverance and taught Jim how to spelt, recognise the basic colours and even switch at the till! However, when some folks named Jim a hoax, Doc went out to show them the opposite and show the rest of the planet that Jim really was a miracle horse thanks to the strength of friendliness and forbearance.

The Wonder Horse is a Bank Street 2011 - Best Children's Book of the Year.

Emily Arnold McCully.

It was in the later 1800' that the former slaves and vet Bill "Doc" Key realised that his new filly, Jim, was no normal horse. Doc believed in the might of friendliness and perseverance and taught Jim how to spelt, recognise the basic colours and even switch at the till! However, when some folks named Jim a hoax, Doc went out to show them the opposite and show the rest of the planet that Jim really was a miracle horse thanks to the strength of friendliness and forbearance.

The Caldecott medal winner Emily Arnold McCully tells this intriguing tale in her impressive illustration. In 2011, Wonder Horse is a Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year. Register to get information about new publications, authors' meetings and promotions. She is the writer and the illustrator of many memorable works, among them the Caldecott Medal-winning Mirette on the High Wire, as well as Manjiro and Marie Louise Mattie.

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