The Red PonyBook - 1994
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The Red Pony is a rather short classic by John Steinbeck that is about a boy, Jody and his first horse, a red pony named Gabilan. But the story is so much more than that...it deals with loss, old men (someone who use to live where the house stands and the grandfather), his parents, how the boy grows up...a good turning of age story.
Jody is a young boy growing up with his parents and the hired hand on a ranch in California. While caring for horses, he learns about life and death, nature, and loss.
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