Dancing Brumby

Dancing Brumby Choopa is a dancer When he hears the music of the waltz streaming into the cold night air of the high mountains he dances Far below a child s voice called there s a tiny horse dancing on the pass th

  • Title: Dancing Brumby
  • Author: Elyne Mitchell
  • ISBN: 9780207189173
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Paperback
  • Choopa is a dancer When he hears the music of the waltz streaming into the cold night air of the high mountains, he dances Far below, a child s voice called there s a tiny horse dancing on the pass the music grew louder again, and Choopa s blue and white legs and body waltzed above the Snowy River And so the stories begin of the little blue roan foal with the strangChoopa is a dancer When he hears the music of the waltz streaming into the cold night air of the high mountains, he dances Far below, a child s voice called there s a tiny horse dancing on the pass the music grew louder again, and Choopa s blue and white legs and body waltzed above the Snowy River And so the stories begin of the little blue roan foal with the strange, misshapen legs, who dances like an angel Dandaloo fears for her little foal s safety, and with Son of Storm, Wingilla and Bri Bri, leads him up into the highest mountains, away from the threat of man But one man, a man who trained Lippizaner horses at the Spanish riding school, will not give up his search for this unique foal who weaves a spell around all who see him dance Ages 10

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    1. A cute little story in the Silver Brumby tradition by Elyne Mitchell. I remember reading the Silver Brumby books many years ago, hiring them from my local library and devouring the world creating in the Snowy Mountains. I was surprised to find, after buying this copy today, that I only own two other in the series and don't even have a copy of the Silver Brumby itself! I was certain I did, but I can't find it.My only complaint would be that not much actually happens in this story, and I imagine k [...]

    2. UhhmI started reading this a few years ago, and stopped in the middle, the bookmark hasn't moved since Its not the best dudes =/Nice cover art, but jeez, the amount of old english that woman uses is INSANE.And she uses "queer" like all the time"the tree was queer"Wtf?!LolThere are a few nice elements to the book thoughI should probably finish it :L

    3. Choopa is absolutely adorable! He makes a great, albeit unlikely hero for the brumby stories after most of the earlier characters have faded away, leaving only a memory of their greatness. Although this is nowhere near as good as Mitchell's earliest brumby books, it's certainly better than some of the others.

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