THE RED HORSE AND THE BLUEBIRD by Sandy Rabinowtitz

THE RED HORSE AND THE BLUEBIRD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The brownish-red of the retired work horse and the blue of the bird he rescues and raises and teaches to fly constitute the only patches of color in Sandy Rabinowitz's sketches for her comfortably uninflected anecdote about the two farmyard friends. All that happens is that the horse gets his leg stuck in a woodchuck hole and the bird plucks some of his tail hairs and flies to signal the farmer for help, but the friends' contentment is easily shared.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1975
Page count: 32pp
Publisher: Harper & Row