In association with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
Readers will make new friends as they learn about colonial America.
Garrick the Gardener s horse is sad, so the town of Williamsburg rallies to try to cheer him up Margaret the Milliner sews a counterpane for the horse s back, and Ben the Blacksmith checks the horseshoes to make sure they aren t on too tight. The grocer mixes oats and sugar, the apothecary stirs a special brew, and the music teacher even sings a happy song. But nothing lifts the horse s spirits until they all discover that friendship is the best cure.
A fun way for children to learn about life in colonial times, "A Horse s Tale" includes a glossary that highlights period words and terms and features the adorable characters first created as plush toys by Merrymakers, Inc. Young readers will take a step back in time to Colonial Williamsburg as they meet a group of friends they will want to make their own."
A Horse's Tale
A Colonial Williamsburg Adventure