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Gets a little boring later on and some of the words are a little confusing but other than that this was a truly wonderful story.
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I've got three horses I called after the three in the book - and I love them to bits. I'd never think of parting with them. My chestnut mare, Ginger, recently had colic and I nearly lost her.
Thank God she didn't die. She's only three and I love her to bits - I had to call the vet to her. A must read for all who love horses.
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I've found this old book in my house, it has no title on the cover but inside it says the title "black beauty".
Behind the cover it says it is from the Sam Houston library, i would hate to keep this from its rightful place. Donna Ledington Very likely it was purchased at a library sale.
I would keep it at this point and enjoy it. Does black beauty like London. Foxsay No Black Beauty didn't like London because his owner there we very cruel.
See all 20 questions about Black Beauty…. Lists with This Book. Sep 05, James rated it liked it Shelves: Review Black Beauty by Anna Sewell is a beautiful story meant for older children or very young adults.
It was written in the 19th century by a woman who passed away shortly after its publication. I enjoyed the story and have given it a 3 of 5 stars, which is still very good in my book.
A few interesting things: The point of view in the book is from Black Beauty, the horse. It takes place in London nearly years ago.
It's still a cherished story for both pleasure reading and education Review Black Beauty by Anna Sewell is a beautiful story meant for older children or very young adults.
It's still a cherished story for both pleasure reading and education purposes. I received it as a gift when I was about 8 or 9, as I had asked for several "classics" for Christmas.
When I saw the cover, I thought it looked pretty. But not enough to read it. It sat on my shelf for probably two years until one day, I said "let's just give it a chance.
I've always preferred complex plots and strong characters. I wasn't sure this would really work for me. Seeing how people mistreated and misunderstood animals was a big benefit of the book.
It's one of those books everyone should read It should be something parents want to share with their kids around 7 or And then take them horseback riding to see what it's actually like.
That's what I did when I finished it I kinda miss riding About Me For those new to me or my reviews I read A LOT. I write A LOT. First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at https: Leave a comment and let me know what you think.
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Many thanks to their original creators. View all 17 comments. This is the first book I ever read. I remember the day that I brought it in to show to my teacher, Miss Gerardi.
She asked me if I could read it, so I started reading it aloud to her right away. The story is told in Black Beauty's own words.
Beauty's friends are hard to forget, especially high-spirited Ginger. Anna Sewall's words are full of loving empathy for these beautiful animals. The story was set in 19th century England, at a time when almost everyone came into frequent contact with horses This is the first book I ever read.
The story was set in 19th century England, at a time when almost everyone came into frequent contact with horses. I hope that her story caused at least a few people to treat them with greater kindness.
View all 15 comments. It was composed in the last years of her life, during which she remained in her house as an invalid.
The novel became an immediate best-seller, with Sewell dying just five months after its publication, but having lived long enough to see her only novel become a success.
With fifty million copies sold, Black Beauty is one of the best-selling books of all time. Black Beauty was always out on loan from my school library and as a child I remembering constantly requesting the one copy as it was one the most popular read along with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
I adore animals of all shapes and sizes and cannot abide any sort of animal cruelty but this book brings back wonderful childhood memories for me and I think its an important book for children to read and understand that animals have feelings and they too feel pain just as humans do.
What a unique, heart-breaking and compelling read that is as beautiful and poignant today as it was when I read it as a 10 year old girl and am sure it was way back in The story is narrated in the first person as an autobiographical memoir told by Black Beauty himself.
The Story begins with happy times as a colt on an English farm with his mother and the book continues as he goes through life. This is a tale of hardships ,cruelty and kindness that broke my heart as child and all over again as an adult.
It teaches real life lessons as bad things happen in life and yet there is always goodness out there somewhere, we just have to look for it sometimes.
We shall all have to be judged according to our works, whether they be towards man or towards beast. View all 20 comments. Feb 24, Robin Hobb rated it liked it Recommends it for: Thoughtful children and yes, adults.
This was one of my very first 'horse' books. I read it when I was nine or ten, and it left a deep impression on me. Told from the viewpoint of the horse, it starts with Beauty's gentle upbringing and careful training.
Well cared for and well mannered, Beauty is a valued animal with a good life at first. But a mishap or two is all it takes for Black Beauty to begin a downward spiral into a world where the appearance of an animal matters far more than its comfort, and into the depths where the onl This was one of my very first 'horse' books.
But a mishap or two is all it takes for Black Beauty to begin a downward spiral into a world where the appearance of an animal matters far more than its comfort, and into the depths where the only fate for a horse is to be 'used up' in any servitude it can finally be put to.
Like Lassie Come Home, the story does wind to a gentler and comforting ending, but along the way there are some dark times. It's an insight into another time as well as a different view of the world.
Once considered a classic, I don't see it recommended as often as it used to be. So I will recommend it here.
View all 8 comments. Okay it had started as a review but it ended up becoming something totally different. It is rather dark, you have been warned.
These cries would go on for several minutes. It was unbearable for Okay it had started as a review but it ended up becoming something totally different.
It was unbearable for my family to hear those cries day after day. Personally, I found their reactions more annoying. I have never liked these kind- hearted people.
Animals have always been slaughtered, and most of them never show concern except when it happens right in front of them, which is when their hyper-sensitive imagination starts working and they suddenly grow compassionate.
They can't care less for animals. They won't mind if it happens at some distance, away from their physical presence.
And this is true generally, even when we are talking about suffering of humans too. There is a reason Europeans do not want immigrants from middle-East.
There is also a reason why it needed an hours-long disgusting scene on the roads of their capital city, for Indians to start remembering how terrible the position of their women is.
And if we tried so hard to get the criminals punished, it wasn't out some. Over 6 million children dead due to famine in Somalia , and millions still starving - and I could like to know how many of these kind-hearted spirits get a single hour of sleepless night upon knowing it.
Out of sight, out of mind. And if this doesn't flood the newspapers with the news and pictures, there is a reason for it.
Mere knowledge of things is not enough, compassion needs sensory evidence to exist and persist, we know it - we use this knowledge to avoid this inconvenience by denying ourselves sensory evidence.
I tell you, nothing makes humans as hypocrite as compassion does. I'm getting to it, I know you want me to get to the point about cannibalism.
And these people try their best to kill this compassion - so, since they can't imagine themselves killing and eating a cow, they call it a beef.
Takes the picture out of mind. And since last thing you want to imagine when you sit down to eat is meat of a pig slaughtered just for you, it is conveniently renamed as pork.
A sheep being murdered doesn't cut so nice a picture and so it becomes mutton. Don't assume for a single moment that I am some sort of animal lover.
I can't care less for them - especially dogs. Man's best friends, you say? The stupid creature can't even catch its own tail. And if any animal deserved a kicking, it is those cats.
They need to be shown their places. Plus, people eat the animals they love. Don't you love turkey or chicken? And don't even get me started on pet lovers.
Whatever they might say, theirs is the most selfish kind of love. They might love you, smother you with their hugs, care for you, train you to do things you can't see the meaning of, provide you great food as well as crumbs that might fell from their plate, dress you in a beautiful way which is uncomfortable for you - but will you ever overcome the loneliness?
Why then do such a thing to a creature you claim you love? I think many people can say that they need pets, but no one can say they deserve one.
Anyways, nothing could be done about our neighbors - they were simply doing their job, only thing they were skilled in. And they were pretty nice folks too - I remember how they were there for us when my mom died.
Let us face it - they provide all those proteins and nutrients, and they are delicious. But let us also call things by their real names, shall we?
A pig by any other name is pig still. And a mutton is a sheep's cooked corpse and an egg is a bird's fetus. Who will care for them if people just stop consuming their product?
I, for one, am going do my part to see that they don't get unemployed. Just imagine all the animals these Vegetarians want to be left undated for, just because of their misguided conscience!
Why do you think animals, whose cooked corpses we consume, never go extinct? Because we provide food and shelter to them before we kill them.
It is only animals that serve humanity some purpose that are above danger of extinction. It is only by eating goats, we make sure that they don't go extinct.
But I deviate yet again. Don't jump to conclusions again. See, they felt for the animal. Compassionate killers have always been there. Some ancient Hindu kings who hunted animals for fun often considered dishonorable to kill animals engaged in sex or pubs or breastfeeding mothers.
Wait a little more I'm just about to get to cannibalism. Personally I think that to relief an animal of useless pain could be better but only slightly - as whether or not they are stunned, animals will lose their lives anyway.
But I'm sure there will be some compassionate souls who will advocate for less painful methods of killing them.
Also, it is this Hallal practice that made one of my favorite Sufi poets, Bulleh Shah, comment "Hallal nalo murdar bhala" dead is better than Hallal food - arguing that he could rather eat the dead than Hallal food.
At first, I could not understand what was so barbarous about cannibalism? I mean the dead they eat are If anything, it is a better utilization of resources.
Think of all the proteins, minerals and stuff. Moreover, you will either bury or burn your dead. And it saves money too, think of it, the dead could finance the food served in their own funeral!
And before you give reasons of sentiments of their family, I agree, the dead are someone's parents who have, for years, fed their children.
Do you think they will grudge them a last nutritious meal? In case they are someone's significant other, remember, lovers bite each-other all the time.
And you can spare the bones for your beloved dog. Why make the distinction at all? Because of that superiority complex again?
Because it will make non-vegetarians comfortable? There you go, the whole beef and pork thing all over again. And while we are at it, let us include vegetarians too - it is only human ignorance which makes us presume that just because plants can't scream, they don't feel the pain.
Lack of sensory evidence, friend. We all kill, cause pain, to eat. We are all cannibals. If you were struck in an island with corpse of a friend who just died and a living animal, won't it be more humane to eat the corpse instead of killing the beast for food?
Why kill living animals, when we can have dead humans? View all 82 comments. Apr 20, Carol rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: A few heartbreaking stories are told here, but the positive, encouraging message "My doctrine is this, that if we see cruelty or wrong that we have the power to stop, and do nothing, we make ourselves sharers in the guilt.
View all 4 comments. Dec 26, Melody rated it it was amazing. I revisited this classic horse story not knowing what to expect, really.
I have found that I can't really trust my childhood memories. In this case, however, the years made no difference. The odd thing I noticed while reading this book was how completely I'd internalized the messages regarding animals and how one should treat them.
I know that I must have read this 20 or 30 times before I was 14, but I didn't realize that I was memorizing whole chunks of it and grafting it into my moral code.
It I revisited this classic horse story not knowing what to expect, really. It's a wonderful book. View all 7 comments. Oct 24, Chris rated it it was amazing Shelves: Black Beauty is one of those rare books that can preach without being preachy.
Anna Sewell wrote this to illustrate the abuse of horses, in particulary the harsh use of the bearing rein. The bearing rein was used to get the horse's head arched, but made it difficult for the horse to breathe and near impossible for the horse to pull a carriage uphill.
When Sewell died, the hearse to carry her body used horses with bearing reins. Her mother went out and made the driver get rid of them.
Another Sewe Black Beauty is one of those rare books that can preach without being preachy. On her way home, driving her own trap, she was able to tell that her horse picked up a stone simply though the reins.
Sewell was an awesome woman. Sewell was truly a horsewoman and an educator, both of which are on display in Black Beauty. The plot deals with the abuse and mistreatment of horses; it teaches and raises awareness while it entertains.
Sewell respects readers of all ages enough not to shy away from unpleasentness, though she never ever descends into shock value and disregards more pressing questions for the adult reader wonders if Beauty is a gelding.
She makes both her animal and human characters real and doesn't over romantize the story, as has been done in some adaptions of her work.
If you liked this book, you might want to check down Black Beauty's Family. Do not be expecting an objective review here.
I have loved this book since a copy was given to me at the end of my sixth grade school year and have read it so many times I practically know it by heart.
And as a matter of fact, I still have that very book! Here is the GR link for it, which did not take me nearly as long to find as I thought it might there are nearly editions of Black Beauty listed.
The story follows Black Beauty from his days as a foa Do not be expecting an objective review here. The story follows Black Beauty from his days as a foal through training, happy times, sad days, and many unexpected changes in both living and working conditions.
We meet the people around him: We get to know his friends: Merrylegs the pony, Ginger the high-spirited chestnut mare, Captain the ex-cavalry horse who survived what my adult self recognizes as the Charge Of The Light Brigade in the Crimean war.
Throughout the book we witness the cruel treatment many horses received during Black Beauty's day.
As frightening as city streets can be in modern times, with drivers of all skill levels behind the wheels of cars of all shapes and sizes, the London streets of the past would have been much much worse.
Cars at least don't think for themselves. But imagine the horses! Being told what to do and where to go, but still with their own brains at work.
If one got scared, it could trigger a catastrophe all around. This book was meant to show the inhumane treatment of horses, and to suggest better ways to behave.
I have read a few copycat books written not long after Black Beauty was published, but this is the only one that gets the point across without being annoyingly preachy or interrupting the flow of the story.
I thought Sewell's methods were quite effective. Black Beauty was my dream horse when I was younger, as I am sure he will be for many girls for years to come.
It would be poetic for me to say that I thought of this book when I began working with horses myself, and remembered to use Sewell's gentle and friendly approach.
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