White Dandy: A Horse's Story

Velma Caldwell MELVILLE (1858 - 1924)

This book is written from the horse's point of view, much as Black Beauty was. Indeed, it is intended to be a companion book to Black Beauty, filling in more background as seen by the horse. The title is actually White Dandy or Master and I: A Horse's Story. What do horses talk about among themselves? Do they have personalities, some dour and unhappy others buoyant and upbeat just as we humans do? Do horses anticipate good times and fear bad owners? Well, if you listen to a chapter or two of this book you will have a delightful glimpse into a horse's life and thoughts. - Summary by Phil Chenevert

Genre(s): Animals & Nature

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Chapter I Kara Shallenberg
00:13:32
Play 02 Chapter II Arie
00:10:29
Play 03 Chapter III Arie
00:13:53
Play 04 Chapter IV Beth Joy
00:12:16
Play 05 Chapter V Steve Kleiser
00:11:57
Play 06 Chapter VI Lynne T
00:11:36
Play 07 Chapter VII Lynne T
00:13:58
Play 08 Chapter VIII KHand
00:06:15
Play 09 Chapter IX KHand
00:10:42
Play 10 Chapter X KHand
00:09:02
Play 11 Chapter XI Beth Joy
00:12:39
Play 12 Chapter XII mbaracker
00:12:14
Play 13 Chapter XIII Lynne T
00:11:31
Play 14 Chapter XIV Asta1234
00:13:47
Play 15 Chapter XV Lynne T
00:10:23
Play 16 Chapter XVI Natalie Paula
00:09:37
Play 17 Chapter XVII Asta1234
00:20:18
Play 18 Chapter XVIII Michele Fry
00:21:08
Play 19 Chapter XIX Skylark07
00:14:48
Play 20 Chapter XX Prachi Pendse
00:05:47