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The Winter Pony by Iain Lawrence

The Winter Pony

by Iain Lawrence

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This book's subject is fascinating and the details are well-researched. However, the pony's narration is jarring --- it sometimes seems that he must be widely read and yet he also can't recognize a thermometer. Moreover, the sentimentality expressed by the men is just a little weird and hard to believe as is the pony's devotion to his handler. ( )
  themulhern | Jun 28, 2013 |
I really enjoyed this book and as with The Giant Slayer after finishing it I was immediately on the internet trying to find out more information. I haven't cried like that since I was 9 and read Where the Red Fern Grows. It is a powerful story, I highly recommend reading the author's note at the end as well. It may be hard to read for people of more tender sensibilities, but it is a good representation of the actual expedition. A good historical novel for junior readers. ( )
  delmas_coulee | Jan 26, 2012 |
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An account--from the point of view of a pony--of what it was like to be part of Captain Robert Scott's 1910 expedition to reach the South Pole before rival Roald Amundsen.

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