Custer

Custer[Reading] ➻ Custer By Deborah King – Oaklandjobs.co.uk When Cotton Lord the most magnificent stallion in the country has a colt he is named General Custer after the famous cavalry officer noted for his courage and strength But this Custer has no dreams of When Cotton Lord the most magnificent stallion in the country has a colt he is named General Custer after the famous cavalry officer noted for his courage and strength But this Custer has no dreams of greatness preferring to roam the fields with the cows But by the end of this enchanting picture book based on a true story Custer learns what it means to be a horse Full color. This is a lovely story of friendship and inclusion Custer feels different and only fits in with the cows when he is a horse Custer looks after another horse and begins to learn what it’s like to have a friend and feel loved I think children could relate to Custer in lots of parts in the book for example when he is in the field with the other horses and doesn’t feel like he fits in The illustrations show the emotion of the animals and could create great discussions I’d use the book with year 23 children The book is a picture book but with longer paragraphs of text It could therefore help children who are transitioning to reading longer books or those rely at at readers who are encouraged by the pictures This is my favorite childhood book I always checked it out at my school's library I actually thinks it is the reason of how I came to love horses as a young child though I never rode one till I was 8 As a young child after reading this book I knew horses where this amazing thing because of this book And just today I got this book in the mail It's been 10 years since I last read it and it's still just as beautiful Love this book and it's art work J6361 Kin

Hardcover  Ù Custer PDF ¼
  • Hardcover
  • 1 page
  • Custer
  • Deborah King
  • 28 September 2015
  • 9780399221477