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Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm / Black Beauty (edition 1999)

by Kate Douglas-Wiggin (Author)

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A horse in 19th-century England recounts his experiences with both good and bad masters ; a talkative ten-year-old girl comes to live with two spinster aunts in a small New England town.
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Title:Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm / Black Beauty
Authors:Kate Douglas-Wiggin (Author)
Info:Lorenz Books (1999), Edition: First Edition
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Black Beauty/Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (Classic Library Series) by Anna Sewell

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