A Friend for Einstein

A Friend for Einstein

The Smallest Stallion

Book - 2011
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A very tiny horse named Einstein loves to leap and play like any other horse, but his small size keeps him from going into the field with the others, so he begins to look for a friend to play with.

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When he came into the world, Einstein weighed less than a cat and was no taller than a cereal box. He was a miniature minature horse. Too small to run with the herd, Einstein had to look outside his world of horses to find the perfect playmate. Featuring full-color photographs of the spirited little stallion and a series of adorable creatures, this inspiring story about finding a true friend will bring joy to nature lovers of all ages.
A portion of the authors' proceeds will be donated to the ASPCA's Equine Fund.


Publisher: New York : Hyperion Books, 2011
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781423145639
1423145631
Branch Call Number: E CANTR
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 21 x 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Wagner, Rachel

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savtadina
Jul 13, 2014

This is one of the nicest children's picture books that I have read in a long time. Einstein was born in 2010, the offspring of 2 miniature horses, and he is a mini-mini. The owners took the photos for the book and wrote the story. It tells of an unusual animal who wants what all of us want--a friend. As the book is read, children can guess what kind of animal will become Einstein's friend.

I am often looking for books for my grandchildren, and this one is a winner!

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