Otis wants to know about the kids who ride at his stables. Do they sleep in stalls? Do they also get brushed and braided? The older ponies ignore his questions, so Otis heads to the city to see for himself. And he finds answers, but he gets lost, too . . . until some of his favorite friends come to the rescue. Kids will relate to this sweet story about an adorable, inquisitive little pony.
A sweet story about an adorable, inquisitive pony. Rhythmic, repetitive text makes this story a wonderful read- aloud. For children aged 3 and up.
"Children who love to ask why things are the same or different from their own lives will find a favorite in this gentle adventure; the warmth in the tale is aided by the illustrations . . . VERDICT This simple, enjoyable horse tale with an adventure thrown in is sure to be a hit." --School Library Journal
Wendy Wahman is the author and illustrator of many wonderful books about animals, including Don't Lick the Dog (Henry Holt), A Cat Like That (Henry Holt), and Rabbit Stew (Boyds Mills, 2017). When she's not grazing in the pasture, galloping through the meadow, or rolling in daisies, you'll find her in her stall, drawing pictures and dreaming up horse tales. She lives in the Pacific Northwest.