(1906 - 2000)
Keith Ward is a published author and an illustrator of children’s books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Keith Ward include “The Island Stallion,” (1948), “The Black Stallion” (1941), Oil Painting Kit (Walter Foster Painting Kits), and English Direct.
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The Black Stallion (1941)
This is the first book in Walter Farley’s bestselling series about a stallion and his teenaged owner, Alec Ramsay.
Alec had gone to India to visit his uncle. While aboard ship returning home, he watched an untamed, apparently wild black stallion being loaded in the cargo hold.
The ship sinks, stranding Alec and the stallion on a deserted coast. They learn to trust and love each other and they establish an amazingly strong and close lifelong bond.
After being rescued, Alec befriends retired racehorse trainer Henry Dailey, who lives near Alec. Henry recognizes the Black’s superior breeding, and he and Alec secretly begin training the Black to race. But without a documented pedigree, the Black can only compete as a mystery horse in a match race with the two champions, Cyclone and Sun Raider.
An anthology of stories about school and sports.
A collection of stories about the pioneers in America.
A collection of short biographies of famous men and women.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Mabel L. Robinson
Kate Douglas Wiggin
Henry C. Pitz
The Children’s Hour Volume 4 (1953)
A collection of humorous and nonsense stories and verse. Includes a selection from Mr. Popper's Penguins with illustrations by Robert Lawson.
Walter R. Brooks
Laura E. Richards
The Children’s Hour Volume 6 (1953)
An anthology of contemporary mid-twentieth century stories.
The Children’s Hour Volume 9 (1953)
An collection of stories from many lands.
The Island Stallion (1948)
When Steve Duncan is asked to go on an archeological search on a remote Caribbean island, he never imagines the stallion he will find there. But the giant horse is unapproachable, showing nothing but fear and fury toward people. When the stallion gets caught in quicksand, can Steve get close enough to save the wild horse?