The Young Black Stallion by Walter Farley
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In this prequel to The Black Stallion, we learn the story of the Black before he was shipwrecked with Alec Ramsay. Born in the mountain stronghold of Sheikh Abu Ishak, the colt shows great promise. During a band of robbers’ attempt to steal him, the colt escapes and learns to survive on his own in the high mountains. Will he ever find his way home?


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About Walter Farley

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Walter Farley's first book, The Black Stallion, was an instant hit when it appeared in 1941. Mr. Farley went on to write thirty-three other enormously popular books about the Black Stallion and other horses which were published in more than twenty countries. He died in 1989, shortly before the publication of his last novel, The Young Black Stallion, written with his son Steven.
 
Published September 28, 2011 by Yearling. 162 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The Black Stallion's first taste of freedom comes to an abrupt end in this father-son collaboration, a prequel to the popular series.

Nov 01 1989 | Read Full Review of The Young Black Stallion: A W...

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The wonderfully improbable chronicles of the Black Stallion continue with this narrative of the Black's colthood in the mountains of Arabia. Specially bred to strengthen the bloodlines of Sheik Abu Is

Sep 08 2014 | Read Full Review of The Young Black Stallion: A W...

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