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Book Title: Afraid to Ride|
The author of the book: C.W. Anderson
Date of issue: April 1st 1969
ISBN 13: 9780027014402
Format files: PDF
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When I was younger I went through a horse-phase and this was one book that I had come across. Even as I am older this book has stuck in my mind and its message is just as inspiring as it was when I was younger and maybe even more so since I can understand the whole context of the story.
This is a vintage book and so I know that not many would be attracted by its story due to its "outdated" characters. Otherwise the story is simple to follow, easy to read and even easier to enjoy while touching many hearts of older readers who can understand that sometimes fear conquers us but it doesn't always win while dreams as they say may come true even when faced with unforeseen problems.
And I would say this is a must-reader for any horse-lovers who need just a beautiful story to submerse themselves in with some beautiful pictures to spice up the story.
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Read information about the authorC.W. Anderson - aka Clarence William Anderson
Clarence William Anderson (1891 - 1971) born in Wahoo, Nebraska. He was an author and illustrator of childrens books. Known professionally as C.W. Anderson, Anderson had an interest in horses and drawing. When he wasn't out riding horses, he was drawing them, taking great interest in their bone structure and conformation. Anderson started his career by illustrating for other authors, but eventually began developing texts to accompany his realistic and lively black and white drawings. He is best known for his "Billy and Blaze" book series.
The adventures of Billy and Blaze would revolve around proper care of the horse, while teaching a lesson. Anderson would go to great lengths to give accurate information. He would even go on to write Heads Up, Heels Down as a training tool for young horse lovers. All of the stories Anderson wrote would be based on true stories or people that Anderson knew, only the plots were fiction.
By the end of Anderson's life, he had written and illustrated over thirty-five horse books, and also had created covers for the Saturday Evening Post.
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