The photos and sketches are wonderful as is the timeliness (1940) of the writing.
You can see the 'Biscuit's personality come through, especially when he's looking out of his personal railroad car at all the fans and cameras, and in several others!
Seabiscuit was my favorite book in elementary school and still rates high amongst a handful of favorites.
Excellent read on a period in American history in which a horse like no other of his generation who like the rest of the country went through terrible hardship and came through... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Garry Carroll
It's like being there and living the moment again.
Seabiscuit's history and spirit will never die.
I'd buy it again.
My niece is a horse lover. As an 8 year old she was completely engrossed in the story of Black Beauty, so I decided to enlighten her on the great horse stories in our history. Read morePublished on August 12, 2012 by Woozie Suzie
Great book for an overview of Seabiscuit's life and accomplishments. There is a decent amount of photos. I enjoyed the book.Published on September 13, 2009 by K. Albin
The photos and sketches are wonderful as is the timeliness (1940) of the writing. It's good to go back to the time and era when Seabiscut was alive and breathing.Published on October 24, 2008 by Reuel A. Smith