PONCHO AND THE PINK HORSE by Theresa Kalab Smith

PONCHO AND THE PINK HORSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A mild little story about a Mexican boy and how his wish to ride the pink carousel horse came true. Poncho, ""who always looked SAD when he was GLAD"" and GLAD when he was SAD, wished to have money to pay for his burro's hay but also enough to pay for a ride on the wonderful Pink Horse at the Fiesta. But Poncho's singing wins him both lots of free rides and plenty of hay-money.

Publisher: Steck