Horse Stories The Horses of the Sun Meadow is a wonderfully illustrated book with three fantastic horse stories that horse lovers aged 5+ will adore. A perfect introduction to classic literature for kids aged 5+, this book includes stories from Anna Sewell's Black Beauty books. Every page features beautiful page decorations and specially commissioned artwork. Stories found in Horse Stories The Horses of the Sun Meadow: The Hippogriff, from The Book of Beasts by E Nesbit A Horse Fair, from Anna Sewell's Black Beauty The Horses of the Sun Meadow by Andrew Lang An extract from The Horses of the Sun Meadow: The emperor wasn't pleased at the thought of such a match for his child, so he set the lad what he thought was an impossible task. So he said, "Very well, if you can win the princess you shall have her, but these are the conditions in eight days you must find, tame and bring to me three special wild horses. The first is pure white, the second a foxy-red with a black head, and the third is coal-black with a white head and feet. You must also bring as a present to the empress, my wife, as much gold as the three horses can carry on their backs."
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