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Fergus: A Horse to Be Reckoned With Hardcover – November 29, 2016
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Everybody loves Fergus, the cartoon horse who has become an international star. He had his first taste of fame with The Essential Fergus the Horse. Now he's back in Fergus, a Horse to be Reckoned with, the hilarious story of his adventures with "The Lad" who wants to ride him.
To ride him! Of all the nerve!
Fergus vows to teach the boy who's the boss (the horse, of course), and does so in no uncertain terms. The Lad is kind and patient in the face of Fergus' antics, and their relationship grows. The book is a laugh a minute for adults who have dealt with equines like Fergus, but there's also a wonderful, subtle lesson in horsemanship for young readers and aspiring riders.
Kudos to author/cartoonist Jean Abernethy and Trafalgar Square Books for bringing Fergus to readersand for continuing the cartoon horse traditions of the late Norman Thelwell, Britain's beloved artist; and America's own Ronnie Mutch, the late rider, coach and artist. Equisearch by Dale Leatherman (Dale Leatherman)
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A more accurate title would be "A Horse to be Reconnect With, starring Fergus the Horse"
Still enjoyed it. Wish I had kids young enough to read it to.
My nine-year-old was a huge Fergus fan. Even had a Fergus themed birthday party. However after reading this book (she bought at Equine Affaire), she was really disappointed. She said she missed the comic aspect, but the hardest thing for her was [SPOILER ALERT] that Fergus becomes a different horse at the end.
Also, she's read the first book multiple times, scouring the strips. But this one she read cover to cover in about five minutes, and doesn't want to read it again.
Wish we could give it five stars because it's Fergus, but this one really deviates too much.