WHITEY AND THE WILD HORSE by Glen Rounds

WHITEY AND THE WILD HORSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Glen Rounds puts his dry brush treatment to the sagebrush again -- for the fourth Whitey book. This time Whitey and his sidekick Josie spot a moving speck on the desert near Uncle Torwald's ranch. They investigate and find a wild horse trapped in a washout. The children bring food to him and eventually release him from his accidental entrapment. Then a stranger appears and tries to claim the horse. But Uncle Torwal protects the youngsters' claim, for a happy ending. Slow readers can canter through this.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1958
Publisher: Holiday House