The Black Stallion Legend by Walter Farley
Alec Ramsey has fled Hopeful Farm in order to alleviate his grief over
Pam's sudden death. He and the Black are aimlessly wandering through the
Arizona desert when they hear an amazing Native American legend: The
end of the world is near, but help is promised from a rider on a black
Alec shrugs off the wild tale--until disaster strikes from
the sky. Suddenly the fate of an entire native tribe is in his hands . .
. and the mighty Black is faced with a challenge greater than any race!
The Book of Dragons by E. Nesbit
This wonderful collection of stories about dragons was written by
world-renowned children's author Edith Nesbit, and has been loved by
generations for many years. This version has been specially formatted
for today's e-readers, and makes fantastic bedtime - or anytime -
reading for children.
Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll
Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass, from 1871, is a children's novel that is often put in the genre "literary nonsense". Although its the sequel of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
it doesn't reference events of the first book; but some of its
settings and themes do form a kind of mirror image of Wonderland. While
playing with her kittens, Alice wonders what life would be like on the
other side of the mirror. Much to her astonishment she passes through it
into an alternate world and discovers looking-glass poetry and talking
flowers and becomes a piece in a game of chess played by the Red Queen
against the White Queen.