{kindle} Sea Star (Misty, #2) Author Marguerite Henry – Sisnlaw.co.uk

Sea Star (Misty, #2) I think I liked this even better than I liked Misty, though in some ways it s similar I think one of the things I like about it is that Maureen wasactive I mean, sure, she still had to do housekeeping type stuff, but she also got to ride bareback etc And she even almost let the beans burn This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I would have given this one four stars, but I hate, hate, hate the first half Not because it s poorly written, but because selling Misty, even for all the children of the world to see, is upsetting and rude There was no reason they couldn t have found Sea Star with Misty there Still, Sea Star is pretty cute, although once again, most of the b what was I, 8 10 12.I read this dozens of times an older edition with a different picture on the front but same story Wonderful I went back to Chincoteague in March and saw the wild horses out on Assateague Island, and walk When I was younger a friend of mine had the first book in this series, and I had always wanted to read them So when I saw book 2 and 3 at a yard sale I grabbed them up with a skip in my step I didn t for one moment wonder if I wouldn t enjoy them as much now.I loved every page of this story I loved Misty s personality and how the children loved her I loved the grandparents Reading about the roundup made me want to research it or read a non fiction book about it I was so proud of Paul and M When I was younger a friend of mine had the first book in this se A childhood favorite re visited.Is the story as good as I remember YesWhat ages would I recommend it too All ages Children will enjoy the single storyline while adults enjoy an easy afternoon read especially while waiting on a bus, show, doctor, or other appointments.Length Reasonable for an afternoon.Characters Memorable, several characters, though a bit confusing in the beginning.Setting Real world, Recent times 1940 s.Written approximately 1949.Does the story leave que A childhood favorite re visited.Is the story as good as I remember YesWhat ages would I recommend it too All ages Children will enjoy the single storyline while adults enjoy an easy afternoon read especially while waiting on a bus, show, doctor, or other appointments.Length Reasonable for an afternoon.Characters Memorable, several characters, though a bit confusing in the beginning.Setting Real world, Recent times 1940 s.Written approximately 1949.Does the story leave questions in the readers mind Yes At the end, Sea Star had just been dropped off too weak to walk only hours before, it seems that at least 24 hours should have not passed, not less than five hours.Any issues the author or arecent publisher should cover This one again has a money issue It would help if there was a tiny prologue showing some of the money amounts Read this one aloud to my daughter, who is a big fan of horse stories I had read this book as a child, but honestly had forgotten most of the tale over the decades All in all it is a nice story, and continues the Misty of Chincoteague story of the Beebe s, as Misty is sent away to become a star, an I read this with my 8 yo daughter Both of us enjoyed this story of Sea Star There are certainly moments of heartbreak and concern but it s primarily a joyous and loving tale. After reading Misty of Chincoteague, anyone could become enamoured with the ponies of Assateague island That being said, this book is kind of a let down after that While it was still well written for children and does envelop the horse culture that is Chincoteague, the story almost seems incomplete and not very fleshed out.Its the next Pony Penning day at Chinconteague and before all the wild ponies of Assateague can be driven over to the island, Paul and Maureen are approached by some movie m After reading Misty of Chincoteague, anyone co A Wild Colt Rescued By Two Children Is Raised By A Mare Who Has Lost Her Own Foal Sea Star has become one of those books that I absolutely adored when I was a kid and now can barely tolerate now that I m 47 Then again, when I was 4 I liked peanut butter and mustard sandwiches, but this difference isn t so extreme Let me explain.As a story, it s really sweet without being disgustingly so An orphan foal is discovered by the Beebe kids and they work like heck to save And the art is FAB If you are going to buy this book, make sure you get one with all of the full color and b Sea Star has become one of those books that I absolutely adored when I was a kid and now can barely tolerate now that I m 47 Then again, when I was 4 I liked peanut butter and mustard sandwiches, but this difference isn t so extreme Let me explain.As a story, it s really sweet without being disgustingly so An orphan foal is discovered by the Beebe kids and they work like heck to save And the art is FAB If you are going to buy this book, make sure you get one with all of the full color and black and white illustrations as they add so much to the story Case in point At the beginning of the story, Misty and the Beebes meet two men who convince the kids that Misty can be in the movies if she leaves Chincoteague right this second Now, in the book, no harm comes of this but with my battle scarred mind I can t be stunned at just how STUPID the kids were to just GIVE away their beloved and

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