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by Cooky McClung

  • ISBN: 0939481324
  • Author: Cooky McClung
  • ePub ver: 1118 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1118 kb
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Half Halt Pr (October 1, 1993)
  • Formats: mobi lrf mbr lrf
  • Category: Kids
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In Cooky McClung's uniquely warm and lively style, this tale of a maybe not-so-beautiful horse reminds us all that true beauty comes from inside and isn't based . Debg added it Oct 28, 2012.

In Cooky McClung's uniquely warm and lively style, this tale of a maybe not-so-beautiful horse reminds us all that true beauty comes from inside and isn't based on outward appearances. Barbara Tyler's exquisite watercolors illustrate the story and include the fun of looking for a hidden Jack Russell Terrier in every scene.

In Cooky McClung's uniquely warm and lively style, this tale of a maybe not-so-beautiful horse reminds us all that true beauty comes . The, in publish, book that could do everything. com User, October 20, 2000

In Cooky McClung's uniquely warm and lively style, this tale of a maybe not-so-beautiful horse reminds us all that true beauty comes from inside and isn't based o. . com User, October 20, 2000. This wonderfully written book is the ugly duckling story for children who love horses. With a cast of talking horses and diverse young children this beautifully illustrated book brings Plugly, the hero of the story, to a winning dressage ending. Make sure you and your kids look out for the hidden Jack Russel Terrier on every page.

Cooky McClung has ridden and written about horses and the folks who love them for more years than she cares to count. Equestrian Team competition in this country and abroad, including one memorable show in Egypt, have appeared in The Chronicle of The Horse, HorsePlay and local newspapers. An avid foxhunter and survivor of one very novice steeplechase, her escapades are chronicled in her books, HORSEFOLK ARE DIFFERENT, HORSEFOLK ARE STILL DIFFERENT, and BAD RUSSELL. Mother of seven and grandmother of 10, she firmly believes Jack Russell Terriers are extremely clever people.

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In Cooky McClung"s uniquely warm and lively style, this tale of a maybe not-so-beautiful horse . Barbara Tyler"s exquisite watercolors illustrate the story and include the fun of looking for a hidden Jack Russell Terrier in every scene.

In Cooky McClung"s uniquely warm and lively style, this tale of a maybe not-so-beautiful horse reminds us all that true beauty comes from inside and isn"t based on outward appearances.

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In Cooky McClung's uniquely warm and lively style, this tale of a maybe not-so-beautiful horse reminds us all that true beauty comes from inside and isn't based on outward appearances.

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All kids and other horses think Plugly is too ugly to be a riding horse, but Plugly proves to others that true beauty and goodness comes from inside.
Comments (3)

you secret
Just love Cooky's Stories, a must for all little horsey kids. A great read even if it is more than 20 years old
Androlhala
While at a Horse Show this summer in Cleveland, OHIO I came across this book in soft cover and just re- published by the illustrator Barbara Tyler. I met the author at the event because the show was giving a Plugly Award to a horse that had distinguished itself. I read the book and was very pleasantly surprised by what I found. The story carried a message that all children need to understand. And with the lovely illustrations, which hide a Jack Russell in each for the kids to find as the story is read to them, the lesson is easily learned. The story is an endearing one that I have seen often at the stables. A good read for young readers.
Malogamand
This wonderfully written book is the ugly duckling story for children who love horses. With a cast of talking horses and diverse young children this beautifully illustrated book brings Plugly, the hero of the story, to a winning dressage ending. Make sure you and your kids look out for the hidden Jack Russel Terrier on every page.

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