King of the WindBook - 1991
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Lovestoread5 Jul 29, 2018
It was really interesting once Sham and Agba get out of Morocco. (first few chapters). It's amazing how horse and boy manage to stay together. I liked it better than I thought I would.
bibliosara Jan 10, 2018
In the style of the great horse classics like Black Beauty and The Black Stallion, Margeurite Henry once more writes a tale worthy of a read by any horse lover. Sham is a legendary stallion whose story is told with both compassion and passion by Henry. While some parts of the story might be a lit... Read More »
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This book is the story of the Godolphin Arabian and how it made a journey from Morocco to Paris and then England to be the father to many, many fast race horses. He created the fastest thoroughbreds to race at New Market. The story is about a little boy who loves him and takes care of him. I enjoyed this story.
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