Born on a farm in Africa, riding before I could walk, it still came as a surprise to my mother when I announced one day that I wanted a pony of my own. But I had to prove I was serious about my sudden infatuation of horses and who better to prove myself on than clever Deborah the donkey, who knew far more than I did and had many tricks up her …er…..hoof? Share my childhood where Zebra’s walked in the house, bombs blew up in math’s lessons and freedom came at a price. Like every child I aimed for glory but life always has some unexpected turns on the way. Happy reading.
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We read Hoof beats in Africa in class. I loved the drawings. (Donae, 10ys) I really enjoyed Hoof beats in Africa. It was very interesting learning about life in Africa. We are now reading book 2 and I can't wait until more are published. (Leticia, 10yrs) I really liked the book Hoof beats in Africa. It was so cool. I really liked the part where Debby the donkey kept bucking everyone off. (Chanelle, 10yrs) I loved reading Hoof beats in Africa. It was very interesting and based on true facts. I would give it a 10/10. (Gareth,10yrs) I think the book Hoof beats in Africa is a really good book. I liked how it is based on a real life story. (Louella. 12yrs) In Hoof beats in Africa I found it interesting and very enjoyable to learn about someone's childhood. I am just in love with horses and this book taught me a lot about them and other animals. (Amy, age 11) I think Hoof beats in Africa is a cool book, especially the part when Debra the Donkey keeps bucking of the other kids. It was 100% awesome. ( Logan, age 10) I really love the book, Hoof beats in Africa because it was very exciting. I also liked getting to know the characters. (Jayden, age 10) I liked reading this book, it is really good. I liked the pictures and photos. ( Tom, age10) I really liked Hoof beats in Africa. I enjoyed how it is based on someones life and also because it is very detailed. I would recommend it to everyone. (Josh, 11) I really enjoyed the colour photographs in the book and the drawings. I also really enjoyed the part about going to the show and riding all the way back to camp. ( Troy, age 11) I liked Hoof beats in Africa because it was about someone's life and I liked all the horses' names because they were very different. (Mandi, age12) I found Hoof beats in Africa a really exciting book. It is a great book as it is based on true facts and you learn a lot about wildlife. ( Nathan, 11)