By Paul Goble
"There used to be a lady within the village who enjoyed horses... She led the horses to drink on the river. She spoke softly they usually undefined. humans spotted that she understood horses in a different way."
And so starts the tale of a tender local American lady dedicated to the care of her tribe's horses. With easy textual content and impressive illustrations. Paul Goble tells how she finally turns into one in every of them to ceaselessly run unfastened.
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