Grosset & Dunlap (2003), 48 pages
An introduction to the life and career of Seabiscuit, the race horse who set sixteen track records and won more prize money than any other horse.
48 p.; 6.19 inches
0448433427 / 9780448433424
LibraryThing member wichitafriendsschool
Seabiscuit didn't start out a winner. He was a runt who was squat and funny looking. But Seabiscuit became a champion, and during the dark days of the Depression, he grew so popular that newspapers, radio shows, and magazines covered his every move. The soul and personality of this great-hearted horse are captured in this lively easy reader with beautiful illustrations as well as period photos. Illustrated by Mark Rowe.
LibraryThing member SABC
Seabiscuit was a runt and funny looking. But he defeated the odds and became a champion race horse. A wonderful fascinating journey....enjoy!
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