Spirit of the West/ Esperanza

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Dutton Childrens Bks., 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Esperanza has just joined a new herd during a time of drought and danger. Surrounded by strangers, she befriends a young stallion on the verge of adulthood. Together, Esperanza and her brave companion embark on a dramatic search for a homeland of their own.

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Review: Esperanza (Spirit of the West #3)

User Review  - Lavay Byrd - Goodreads

Another all-horse book by Kathleen Duey! This time, it's about Spirit's mother, Esperanza, and (shockingly) his charming father Strider! I loved how it portrays two horses' struggle for survival, and ... Read full review

Review: Esperanza (Spirit of the West #3)

User Review  - Gracie Covington - Goodreads

In one part it made me wunder, big so that three bears cood walk in side by side, but human made, and dead horse inside. Hm, Read full review


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Kathleen Duey's works include the middle grade American Diaries and Survival series, as well as the well-reviewed chapter book series The Unicorn's Secret and its companion series, The Faeries' Promise. She is also the National Book Award-nominated author of "Skin Hunger". She lives in Fallbrook, California.

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