Boy and the Very Lonely Pony
Suitable for readers aged 3 and up.A tender & heartwarming tale of friendship!
“A boy is feeling lonely – and so is a white pony fenced in a pasture. But when the two of them take an adventure together, their loneliness melts away! A gorgeously illustrated story that warms the heart.” -BookBub
A boy sees a white pony for the very first time. The pony looks magnificen
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This book I acquired through BookBub's program - it was free, so of course I wanted to pick up another sweet children's read!
The artwork in this book is absolutely STUNNING! The pony on the cover pulled me in and made me want to read it! The style of this book, with soft colours and blended lines was also fantastic. I like this art style so much, so it's nice to see it included in a children's ...more
I like the lesson that two can have more fun than one. Young readers can learn a little from the tale as well as having fun starting to read. Vocabulary is simple.
I don't like that the boy doesn't tell his parents where he is going - what family? and does ...more
This book is so cute that it is the world of cuteness. Reading that book and imagining myself reading it to a 4 year old was a totally amazing feeling.
The book is filled with colors, pictures and drawings which will keep a toddler engaged and it is short enough to not let their attention wander.
The story is light and soft and the book is beautifully Illustrated. A beautiful bed time story.
The illustrations by Divin Meir are beautiful for this bedtime story. This book invites the readers to go on this dreamy journey with the boy and the pony as they join forces to explore the world beyond their previous limits.
Open ended discussion - Why are they there? Why did they come back?
This book was okay but I thought the pictures could have been clearer. I also though that it was a little boring for a 3 year old. My sons thought the book was “good”. Nice for free but wouldn’t recommend a purchase.
Note that I don't really do stars. To me a book is either worth reading or it isn't. I can't rate it three- ...more
But no, seriously, it's cute. I just don't get why the boy has to climb out the window. Are the stairs sick too?
When I'm not doing either of these, you might catch me whispering to dragonflies, chasing rolling pumpkins, traveling the world with a giant wheel of cheese, or simply having a cup of tea and cake with a caterpillar, a clever little rat, a camel, a lonely pony, a couple of riotous retired neighbor ...more