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Spirit Riding Free: The Adventure Begins (Dreamworks Spirit Riding Free) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-10 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 4 user ratings
ISBN:0316506222
LANGUAGE:English

" It took a little too long to introduce Spirit. I had to return this to the library but I want to try again and see how the story ends! " said.

"*I received this book free to read and review by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

One of the main reasons I wanted to read this book was because I read the Spirit of the West series by Kathleen Duey. I also grew up watching the Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron movie, so when I saw this book, I knew I had to read it.

Spirit Riding Free was a wonderful read. The pacing of the story was nice, and there wasn't a lot of unnecessary information that was thrown in. It was a quick, cute read that a young kid could easy be sucked into, especially if they love horses.

One of the things I enjoyed most about this book is that it hits a lot of important things that young kids go through. This book shows that even through different times, kids go through the same things. I think that's why Lucky is a great character, she's relatable. She's also not perfect, she does make some mistakes, but overall, she just wants to do what's right.

I would highly recommend this book to young kids who love animals or just want something light and quick. I also think that older people who like MG would find this book cute to read.
" said.

" Thank you Little, Brown for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

This story takes place in the early 1900's; a time when the mountains were still being carved to open pathways for railways and buildings were being erected to create new big cities.

We follow Lucky Prescott from her uptight Finishing School for Young Ladies to the end of the rail line in the desert town of Miradero.

Lucky has never really been like the other girls at her school, she's much more lively, has different interests and doesn't mind getting dirty...not to mention, her mother was once a rodeo performer!

While on the train, Lucky catches sight of the most beautiful stallion she's ever seen, but what she sees next is appalling to her -two men on horses throwing ropes around the poor mustangs neck. That's all Lucky needed to see. Now she's on a mission to find that horse and release him back into the wild where he belongs.

Fortunately, when she arrives in her new home city, she spots the horse again. She begins to visit with him daily and while doing so, she learns that the owner of the ranch is trying to tame him. She still has the desire to let him loose. If only she could think of something! Then an opportunity arises...

Every part of me that's still a wholesome child loved this story. I would absolutely watch the tv series if I had NetFlix! The author mentions that this book was based off of the movie Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, I can't say that I've ever watched that so I'm unsure whether it would have affected my opinion or not but I will say that whether you're big or small, I think you will enjoy this.
" said.

"*I received this book free to read and review by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

One of the main reasons I wanted to read this book was because I read the Spirit of the West series by Kathleen Duey. I also grew up watching the Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron movie, so when I saw this book, I knew I had to read it.

Spirit Riding Free was a wonderful read. The pacing of the story was nice, and there wasn't a lot of unnecessary information that was thrown in. It was a quick, cute read that a young kid could easy be sucked into, especially if they love horses.

One of the things I enjoyed most about this book is that it hits a lot of important things that young kids go through. This book shows that even through different times, kids go through the same things. I think that's why Lucky is a great character, she's relatable. She's also not perfect, she does make some mistakes, but overall, she just wants to do what's right.

I would highly recommend this book to young kids who love animals or just want something light and quick. I also think that older people who like MG would find this book cute to read.
" said.

" Thank you Little, Brown for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

This story takes place in the early 1900's; a time when the mountains were still being carved to open pathways for railways and buildings were being erected to create new big cities.

We follow Lucky Prescott from her uptight Finishing School for Young Ladies to the end of the rail line in the desert town of Miradero.

Lucky has never really been like the other girls at her school, she's much more lively, has different interests and doesn't mind getting dirty...not to mention, her mother was once a rodeo performer!

While on the train, Lucky catches sight of the most beautiful stallion she's ever seen, but what she sees next is appalling to her -two men on horses throwing ropes around the poor mustangs neck. That's all Lucky needed to see. Now she's on a mission to find that horse and release him back into the wild where he belongs.

Fortunately, when she arrives in her new home city, she spots the horse again. She begins to visit with him daily and while doing so, she learns that the owner of the ranch is trying to tame him. She still has the desire to let him loose. If only she could think of something! Then an opportunity arises...

Every part of me that's still a wholesome child loved this story. I would absolutely watch the tv series if I had NetFlix! The author mentions that this book was based off of the movie Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, I can't say that I've ever watched that so I'm unsure whether it would have affected my opinion or not but I will say that whether you're big or small, I think you will enjoy this.
" said.

"*I received this book free to read and review by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

One of the main reasons I wanted to read this book was because I read the Spirit of the West series by Kathleen Duey. I also grew up watching the Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron movie, so when I saw this book, I knew I had to read it.

Spirit Riding Free was a wonderful read. The pacing of the story was nice, and there wasn't a lot of unnecessary information that was thrown in. It was a quick, cute read that a young kid could easy be sucked into, especially if they love horses.

One of the things I enjoyed most about this book is that it hits a lot of important things that young kids go through. This book shows that even through different times, kids go through the same things. I think that's why Lucky is a great character, she's relatable. She's also not perfect, she does make some mistakes, but overall, she just wants to do what's right.

I would highly recommend this book to young kids who love animals or just want something light and quick. I also think that older people who like MG would find this book cute to read.
" said.

" Thank you Little, Brown for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

This story takes place in the early 1900's; a time when the mountains were still being carved to open pathways for railways and buildings were being erected to create new big cities.

We follow Lucky Prescott from her uptight Finishing School for Young Ladies to the end of the rail line in the desert town of Miradero.

Lucky has never really been like the other girls at her school, she's much more lively, has different interests and doesn't mind getting dirty...not to mention, her mother was once a rodeo performer!

While on the train, Lucky catches sight of the most beautiful stallion she's ever seen, but what she sees next is appalling to her -two men on horses throwing ropes around the poor mustangs neck. That's all Lucky needed to see. Now she's on a mission to find that horse and release him back into the wild where he belongs.

Fortunately, when she arrives in her new home city, she spots the horse again. She begins to visit with him daily and while doing so, she learns that the owner of the ranch is trying to tame him. She still has the desire to let him loose. If only she could think of something! Then an opportunity arises...

Every part of me that's still a wholesome child loved this story. I would absolutely watch the tv series if I had NetFlix! The author mentions that this book was based off of the movie Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, I can't say that I've ever watched that so I'm unsure whether it would have affected my opinion or not but I will say that whether you're big or small, I think you will enjoy this.
" said.

"*I received this book free to read and review by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

One of the main reasons I wanted to read this book was because I read the Spirit of the West series by Kathleen Duey. I also grew up watching the Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron movie, so when I saw this book, I knew I had to read it.

Spirit Riding Free was a wonderful read. The pacing of the story was nice, and there wasn't a lot of unnecessary information that was thrown in. It was a quick, cute read that a young kid could easy be sucked into, especially if they love horses.

One of the things I enjoyed most about this book is that it hits a lot of important things that young kids go through. This book shows that even through different times, kids go through the same things. I think that's why Lucky is a great character, she's relatable. She's also not perfect, she does make some mistakes, but overall, she just wants to do what's right.

I would highly recommend this book to young kids who love animals or just want something light and quick. I also think that older people who like MG would find this book cute to read.
" said.

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