Unfortunately, Mr. Spinks, Charlie's owner, doesn't quite agree. So he makes Charlie take a permanent, though well-deserved, vacation. Poor Charlie is bored to death!
But then Charlie discovers there is something he can do. Maybe retirement isn't so boring after all!?!
This was my favorite book when I was a child. So nice to find it to share with my Grandchildren.Published 7 months ago by Elizabeth E. Kania
Loved this when I was a kid and now love it for my horse obsessed daughter. Highly recommend for the horse lovers out there!Published 13 months ago by JKBrady911
'Five o'clock Charlie' is a must-read picture book for children ages 4-10. It takes delightful look at a slower-paced time in history, of caring neighbors, and needs that get... Read morePublished 20 months ago by David Lee
I used to have the hardcopy of Five O'Clock Charlie when I was in early grade school and read it until it almost fell apart. Read morePublished on February 24, 2012 by Jeannette M. Hilberg
The story line is pleasant for both the child and the reader. It moves along through a set period in the horse's (Charlie's)life and has a happy, but realistic ending. Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by itsjustbread