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Review of The Black Stallion
By Hannah W.
Genre: Non-fiction Level: Elementary 4-6
Category: Student Examples

Hannah W.

The Black Stallion, By Walter Farley

The Black Stallion is full of adventure. Alex Ramsay gets stranded on an island after a shipwreck and would have been dead if it wasn't for the Black Stallion. This horse is wild. The only thing that the Black Stallion obeys is Alec's whistle. There's a special bond between Alec and the Black Stallion. This book makes me have all sorts of feelings. When people want to find out who's faster between the worlds' two fastest horses, Cyclone and Sun Raider this story became even more exciting. The Black Stallion gets entered in the race. The Black Stallion is the first in a series of great horse books. Read this book to find out who wins the race.

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About the Author: Hannah W. is a 4th grader at Chugach Optional Elementary School in Anchorage, AK.
 

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