Anna Sewell's Black Beauty: The Graphic Novel
Puffin, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
A handsome and sweet-tempered horse, Black Beauty is strong and spirited. His mother warns him that there are bad, cruel men in the world, but Black Beauty sees none of it in his fine, happy home. Until the day when he is sold, when his life changes immeasurably and he finally sees the truth in his mother's words. As he moves from master to master, Beauty's adventures will captivate readers, and June Brigman's wonderful illustrations will capture their imaginations.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - leibrockkr - LibraryThing
Being a huge horse fan, I was intrigued by Black Beauty in graphic novel form. I genuinely enjoyed the images, and even though they are in black and white, they portrayed the feelings and conflicts ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - braedonsmommy2007 - LibraryThing
This book is a story from a horse's point of view. Black Beauty tells the story of a horse who is continually bought and sold to different owners and the obstacles he faces while he is at these ... Read full review