Brown Sunshine of Sawdust Valley

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Brown Sunshine of Sawdust Valley by Marguerite Henry

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Ships from Reno, NV. Great condition for a used book! Can Molly reconcile herself to Lady Sue, and learn to delight in her? The answer is — of course! The secret arrives one day in the form of Brown Sunshine — a baby mule! The best part for me, though, was yet to come.

Brown Sunshine of Sawdust Valley

Molly, a resident of Tennessee, begins to research the Mule Day that occurs in Columbia, Tennessee every year and by the end of the book, both she and Brown Sunshine have participated in the procession! Now, I go to Columbia just about every week, and although we were unable to attend, a friend actually invited us to Mule Day this last year!

Visit The Blithering Bookster to read more reviews! Apr 15, Nancy rated it liked it Shelves: Molly wants badly to have a fancy show horse that will rival any owned by snobbish Freddy Westover. At the horse auction, however, Molly and her father must settle for a seemingly frail mare named Lady Sue. Molly grows to love Lady Sue as she slowly regains her health.


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Molly takes an active part in rearing and training of this mule, whom she named Brown Sunshine, and is motivated to learn all she can about mules. Cheerful and pleasant page turner from the author of, among other things, Misty of Chincoteague. The gentile pencil drawings add to the appeal for horse lovers, especially ones who are fans of the Saddle Club paperback series. Good choice for th grade. Mar 23, Gale rated it liked it Shelves: You will be kept on your toes as chapters alternate in style--even switching back and forth in the same chapter. But this lightweight tale introduces readers to the world of mules—their history and under-appreciated value.

This gently-paced story praises human caring for animal and their loyal service to mankind. A simple storyline which will appeal to pre-teen girls who love horses. I welcome dialogue with teachers. Feb 18, Karen GoatKeeper rated it liked it Shelves: This book seemed for a younger audience than Henry's other books. It is also about a mule. This is a short book but very readable for younger girls especially. It is a bit shallower in character development. The characters are more stereotyped. The little mule is fun. Mules suffer undeservedly from bad press. Interestingly the book does mention that, although all are called mules and people often think all mules are the same, there are many kinds of mules developed for many different tasks.

Gaited This book seemed for a younger audience than Henry's other books. Gaited, jumping, riding mules and draft mules are only a few.

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Marguerite Henry seems always a good read for those who love equines. This book is no exception. May 12, Wesley Coburn rated it it was ok. I feel bad giving it such a low rating, but it isn't that great of a book.

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I didn't think it was written very well at all when I was horse-crazy around eleven, and I haven't thought that in the rereadings since. But considering that Marguerite Henry was 94 when she wrote this, it's very good; because who else works that late in life? It's sort of like cotton candy; because while it's a sweet story, it disappears almost immediately after finishing figuratively, but also literally, since it's a l I feel bad giving it such a low rating, but it isn't that great of a book.

It's sort of like cotton candy; because while it's a sweet story, it disappears almost immediately after finishing figuratively, but also literally, since it's a little over a hundred pages. Apr 10, Josiah rated it it was ok. This is a nice, sweet horse story that the expert on such literary matters of an equine nature wrote near the end of her great career. Marguerite Henry knew and loved horses, for sure, and that admiration and affection leaked forth from every part of the horse stories that she wrote. This short tale is worth the read, and people who have liked Marguerite Henry's compelling books in the past I am included in that group will enjoy this warm new adventure of a girl who wanted a horse and was ins This is a nice, sweet horse story that the expert on such literary matters of an equine nature wrote near the end of her great career.

This short tale is worth the read, and people who have liked Marguerite Henry's compelling books in the past I am included in that group will enjoy this warm new adventure of a girl who wanted a horse and was instead given a mule. Mar 29, Kristine Hansen rated it really liked it Shelves: While this isn't quite a horse story being about a mule , the flavor of all the previous Marguerite Henry books that I'd read throughout my childhood came back in full force only too much abbreviated.

I wish that she'd taken more time to tell the story. The illustrations were spot on, the children very real and believable. I wish that I'd come to really enjoy the mule more. I felt almost like the story wasn't about him so much as it was about the other characters, which I regretted somewhat. So While this isn't quite a horse story being about a mule , the flavor of all the previous Marguerite Henry books that I'd read throughout my childhood came back in full force only too much abbreviated.

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