Mustang: Wild Spirit of the West

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 30, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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Horses were in Annie Bronn's blood. For as long as she could remember, she had been fascinated by the spirited wild mustangs that roamed free throughout the West. So when greedy cattlemen started to round up the mustangs for slaughter, Annie knew it was up to her to save the breed.
The true story of Wild Horse Annie's crusade to save the mustangs is inspiring. Readers will cheer her on, all the way to the White House, in her struggle to preserve these beautiful creatures from extinction.
 

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NOT for the tender-hearted child

User Review  - Cindy - Christianbook.com

This book by Marguerite Henry is wholly a surprise to those who remember her first two charming books set in Chincoteague. This is a gritty, sometimes bloody, account of the slaughter of hundreds of ... Read full review

User Review  - Sandra Shippelt - Christianbook.com

Great for all who love horses and easy to read, interesting and help weak readers become better readers because you want to finish the book. Read full review

Contents

Every Bad Has a Good
32
Trapped
39
To Lazy Heart Ranch
52
It Takes a Smart Mustang
55
Operation Rescue
66
Our Small Happy World
73
More Dead than Alive
82
Mice and Mustangs
90
Wild Horse Annie
134
Stockings Hung by the Fire
142
At Black Rock Desert
150
Founda Champion
161
The Power of Children
166
A Growing Storm
173
No Compromise
180
A Call from Washington
187

The Scales Tip Even
97
The New Challenge
108
The Mustang Bill
116
Failure at Fernley
126
In the Witness Seat
197
We the People
203
Roaming Free
221
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About the author (1992)

Marguerite Henry is the author of the popular Horseshoe library, which includes such titles as Stormy, Misty's Foal, Brighty of the Grand Canyon, and King of the Wind.

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