earned a special place for himself...
Fritz and the
Written and illustrated by
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Fritz was not beautiful. He didn't
have a braided mane or a glossy coat. He couldn't prance with
long, graceful strides like the elegant horses who carried lords and
lovely ladies to the city--a city that allowed only the most beautiful
horses within its walls. The citizens laughed at the short-legged
pony's attempts to be like their own horses.
But Fritz was dependable and hardworking.
He proved to the citizens that there are things more important than
being beautiful. He earned a special place for himself in the
walled city just as he'll earn a special place in every reader's heart.
Jan Brett's full-color artwork sparkles in
intricate detail across every page of this exceptional picture book
about Fritz, a surefooted pony who finally gets the chance to shine in
his own best way.
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