Black Beauty by Anna Sewell

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Re: Black Beauty by Anna Sewell

Post by forevertigger16 » 06 May 2018, 02:13

I have always loved black beauty ever since i was a little kid. The movie and book as a great classic and one that is still known everywhere today. Can read Black Beauty over and over again and still find it enjoyable

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Post by alisonedgee » 28 May 2018, 09:49

i read black beauty so so many times as a child. i just think the way she builds the worlds is astounding, and that like, as a child, i understood everything.

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Post by Mely918 » 03 Jun 2018, 13:02

This book is a marvelous read. It's written in such a way that you can feel for the horses in everything they go through. I've had a great respect for them ever since reading it.

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Post by rave_2 » 05 Jun 2018, 14:55

I remember reading Black Beauty a few years ago. It's such a wonderful classic! I think I almost cried at certain parts.
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Post by TaaraLynn » 05 Jun 2018, 15:56

I cannot believe I've forgotten about this one! Such a great read. Definitely adding to my list of must-haves.
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Post by lakensteele20 » 21 Jun 2018, 16:47

I've tried reading this book a couple times but it just never really got my attention. The movie was alright though.

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Post by Facennagoss » 26 Aug 2018, 15:14

I love this book. I think it’s brilliant for children and adults alike. Fantastic story and a good reminder that we were put on this earth to look after the animals.

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Post by papinjoku » 27 Aug 2018, 17:34

I remembered reading something like it when I was young,and also watched the movie.... I think its a nice book too

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Post by tdavid11 » 28 Aug 2018, 15:58

Reading the black beauty was too exquisite.. When i came across the abridged version, i couldn't wait to get the full version. I just kept reasoning as i was reading thinking of how I lived my life when i was very young.. My younger sister just took the book with her today.

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Post by Mahadalla » 21 Sep 2018, 08:30

My older brother read and told me the story of this.
Really marvelous

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