Blaze and the Forest Fire: Billy and Blaze Spread the Alarm

by C.W. Anderson

Other authorsC.W. Anderson (Illustrator)
Paperback, 1992

Status

Available

Local notes

R And

Barcode

3164

Publication

Aladdin (1992), Paperback, 50 pages

Description

When Billy and his pony Blaze discover a small forest fire, they ride over a dangerous trail to give the alarm at the nearest farmhouse.

Language

Original publication date

1938

Physical description

50 p.; 9.74 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member MrsLee
Billy and Blaze are both brave and good. This story is somewhat like the Lassie stories, only with a horse instead of a dog. I bought it though, for its illustrations, which are beautiful pencil work.
LibraryThing member juniperSun
The brief story is told in the stilted sentence structure of the early readers, which is not surprising considering it was written in 1938. I think the only reason it is still in print is it is an adventure enticing to young boys. Billy saves the local community from forest fire by his quick
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thinking and hard riding. Blaze is also a hero by making jumps never before attempted.
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Pages

50

Rating

(25 ratings; 4)
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