The Black Stallion and Flame [NOOK Book]

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While flying to a race, Alec Ramsay and the Black’s plane crash-lands in the stormy Caribbean. Chance brings the Black to the hidden island home of the giant red stallion, Flame. Such a small island can only support one alpha male. But before the two can fight–a fight that can only result in the death of one–a new danger appears. Together, can the stallions defeat the deadly foe which threatens the lives of the entire herd of wild horses?

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Overview

While flying to a race, Alec Ramsay and the Black’s plane crash-lands in the stormy Caribbean. Chance brings the Black to the hidden island home of the giant red stallion, Flame. Such a small island can only support one alpha male. But before the two can fight–a fight that can only result in the death of one–a new danger appears. Together, can the stallions defeat the deadly foe which threatens the lives of the entire herd of wild horses?

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A plane wreck at sea separates Alec and the Black until the search for a rabid vampire bat leads the boy to Flame's island sanctuary.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307804983
  • Publisher: Random House Children's Books
  • Publication date: 9/28/2011
  • Series: Black Stallion
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 317,811
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Walter Farley's first book, The Black Stallion, was an instant hit when it appeared in 1941. Mr. Farley went on to write thirty-three other enormously popular books about the Black Stallion and other horses which were published in more than twenty countries. He died in 1989, shortly before the publication of his last novel, The Young Black Stallion, written with his son Steven.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2000

    Flame and Black

    I totally liked this book.I liked the part where Black meets another horse that is equal to him in size,speedand strength.I recomend you readers out there to give this book a chance.It will grab your attention and make you want to read the other books in this series.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2007

    A reviewer

    The book I read was about a young boy named Alec who owns a horse named The Black. A few other kids and him. That own hoses are on the plane with him. They are crossing the Atlantic ocean. There is a very big storm and they miss the spot they were supposed to land. By the time the storm started to clear, the plane is running out of gas, and was starting to sputter. They all put life vests on in case they needed to ditch the plane. They ended up having to ditch and were stuck in the Atlantic ocean. Some parts of the book were better than others like when the plane started to fall. It was very dramatic. Some parts like when they were on the raft were very boring, and just made me want to skip that part. This book is not a part of any series. This book reminds me of Spirit because The Black looses Alec and Spirit is taken away from his heard. I think anyone that likes horses would like this book. If you don¿t like horses, you still might like the book if you like intense parts .I thought the book was okay, but I suggest any horse lovers to read this book.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2014

    FF

    LOKI!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 10, 2014

    Vynx

    :D Cool!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 10, 2014

    Ice tears to SD

    I moght be able to help you fix your nook but i need to know the exact promblem your nook i having. I know its not charging since you said that but i would need to know what the exact promblem is or describe it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 10, 2014

    Moone

    :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 10, 2014

    LEGO Black Flames: Prologue

    In a room three LEGO figures sat. One was an Anacondrai who once purple, but time in the Great Devourer's belly made his scales pale; another was Nixel with a mustasche that was larger than the average Nixel and wielded a staff; still another was an exiled Asgardian MiniFigure in stone armor. The sign above them read "LEGO VILLAINS HIDEOUT". The Anacondrai groaned, "All the villains left the group. Lord Business reformed, Gollum we kicked out for being too creepy, Voldemort's de<_>ad, and all the others simply left."<br>"I would think the rest left because they dislike snakes, Pythor," said the MiniFigure. "Serpentine! I'm a Serpentine, not a snake! Get your facts straight, Loki!" The Nixel slammed his staff down to get Pythor's and Loki's attention. "I have an idea. Why not invite an ev<_>il pony?"<br>"Hey, Major Nixel. Do you see that sign? Unless I am mistaken, I do believe it says 'LEGO', not 'Equestrian'," Loki stated.<br>"Actually, I agree with Major," Pythor hissed. "As the leader of the LVH, I say we should find a pony villain. Any ideas? Sombra is de<_>ad, Nightmare Moon turned back to Princess Luna, Discord just doesn't care, and we don't know of Queen Chrysallis's fate. Hmmmm...Oh! What about Princess Bloodfire?"<br>"Was she not ki<_>lled by Princess Sweet Death? And then got the anchor for her so<_>ul de<_>stroyed?" Loki asked. "Well, there had been rumors that Bloodfire is floating around in the Everfree Forest as a ball of black fire," Pythor explained. "Then I guess we're going to the Everfree Forest?" Major Nixel said. "Yes, we are," replied Pythor.<p>They had stepped through the door that was the portal between LEGO Planet and Equestria, and now were walking through the Everfree Forest. Suddenly, the three were confronted by a black fireball. Princess Bloodfire. *WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE!?* Pythor gulped. "We came to ask you to join us." *I cannot, as I am trapped in this form unless I am ressurected with a potion made of a snake's scale, the wood of a Timberwolf, and a drop of my enemy's blood.* A low growling is heard as a Timberwolf approached. Loki ki<_>lled it. "Now we have Timberwolf wood."<br>"We can use one of Pythor's scales for the snake scale thing," Major Nixel said.<br>"I'M SERPENTINE!"<br>*A Serpentine scale shall do.* Loki plucked a white scale off Pythor's back, causing him to yelp in pain. "Hey!"<br>"But what about the drop of your enemy's blood?" Loki asked.<br>*Tomorrow is the LEGO City Parade, which is customary for Equestrian royalty to participate in. You can attack Princess Sweet Death, and collected a bit of her blood.* "Excellent! We will attack the parade tomorrow," Pythor hissed.<p>((If I get my Nook replaced by a Kindle Fire, consider this LEGO/MLP crossover my last work as an author.))

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2013

    Excellent seller,, I will buy again!, AAAAA+++++

    A great book for all to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2013

    Awesome

    Great details but some parts can be boring

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2013

    Stop

    Guys can you just stop with the dumb comments. This a book review page. Not a chat page!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2012

    Servaljump

    Watches her reflection in the river

    0 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2012

    Onetail

    Sat on a stone in the middle of the stream. He waited for the perfect fish. Soon a fat carp swam up to the stone. It nibbled on the alge. Onetail swiped and brought the fish up to him. He nipped the fish and it stopped moving. He went off back to gather the rest of his prey and go back to camp. -Onetail

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2012

    Birdpaw

    *he looked at the stream and saw trout and bass swimming all around the rocks in the center of th stream. He jumped to a rock and sat so his shadow didnt land where the fish he wanted to catch were. He studied the current for a minute, and once he had figured out its pattern he watched the water in front of him until he saw a school of fish coming to him. He stretched out his paw, and waited until the current was carrying the fish toward him to make his catch. His paw dove into the water and skewered a fish with his claws. He then pulled it out and carried it back to whitefoot, along with a burd and 4 mice*

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2012

    Wokfsun

    Very good catch.

    0 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2012

    Spiritwhisper

    She sat besides the stream with a dead mouse at her side she waits to add to the pile of prey....

    Soon she hooked a fish with her claws, a small perch, well, it was better than nothing! The she cat paded back towards camp, she also gathered some stray feathers for her new nest in the warriors den.~Spiritwhisper

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2012

    Whitefoot

    *purrs* "Come on, I'll show you." ~Whitefoot (second to last result)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2012

    Windwing

    ****** sits and watces the fish getting ready to catch some

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2012

    A Beautiful Stream

    Up ahead the only stream that winds through the prarie flows. Its banks are lined with smooth pebbles and the occasional boulder. Sparkling in the sun, the cool water is filled with schools of trout and bass. Stepping stones form a pathway across the deep stream and make excellent fishing perches for cats who are skilled enough to catch such slippery prey. Nesting in the reeds bordering the stream, red winged black birds sing songs of happiness. In the shade of the boulders, thick clumps of moss grow. Paths from larger animals such as deer and pronghorn lead down to the lapping water, where they can occasionally be seen drinking. Here and there, precious herbs such as watermint and horsetail can be seen. And amoung the pebbles on the bank of the stream are beautiful shells and rare stones, adding to the beauty of the place. Here, cats can hunt, gather, swim, or just relax on the sun warmed rocks with friends. A very peaceful place, life goes on here as it has moons before...

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