From the author of A Dog Called Homeless, winner of the Schneider Family Book Award, comes a gentle tale with a touch of magic about the power of friendship, the truth of belonging, and the most special of a hundred horses. Nell is not happy about spending her school vacation with relatives she doesn’t know. But when a half-wild and mysterious girl named Angel steals Nell’s suitcase, the two girls are tied in an adventure of Angel’s devising. Nighttime meetings and a horse that might just be magical pique Nell’s curiosity and soon she may find a way to put together the mystery of who Angel truly is, understand the legends about the herd of a hundred horses, and also discover something special about herself.
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Number of Pages: 224
Reviewed by Anja, age 9
A very amazing book that teaches an important lesson.
The book is about happiness that is found through horses, a farm, and a quest to find a precious belonging as well as a friendship formed through sadness.
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves animals and finding hidden secrets.
I really liked “A Hundred Horses” and I think everyone should read it.
This book is on shelves now!
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Anja, age 9
Anja, age 9