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Russell the Horse and Friends Storybook

Russell the Horse and Friends Storybook

by Rick Panto


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Russell the Horse and Friends Storybook is a collection of three stories. Each story is unique and tells a tale of children or animals who need help. Russell and his friends have to take action to help them and show them what is right.

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ISBN-13: 9781546200314
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 07/21/2017
Pages: 30
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.08(d)

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Russell And The Mountain Lion

"Russell, you have to help me!" cried the mother horse; "I am afraid my little pony has gone up to the mountains."

"Don't worry, I will try to find him," said Russell.

"I've got to find that little pony before something bad happens to him," thought Russell. "There are mountain lions that roam around here!"

Russell finds the pony down in a ravine with the mountain lion ready to pounce.

"Move very slowly and quietly," said Russell to the little pony; "When you are behind me gallop as fast as you can down the mountain."

As the pony started down the mountain, the mountain lion roared and jumped up!

"You can't catch me," said Russell to the mountain lion, "I'm too fast for you."

"Boy, that mountain lion was fast!" gasped Russell. "He almost caught me but I outran him!"

"Thank you for saving my little pony, Russell," said the mother horse.

"We better get back to the barn right away," said Russell.

"Remember, don't wander off from your Mom until you are old enough to be on your own," said Russell to the little pony.

"Good job, Russell! Here's a big bag of carrots for you! Don't eat too many, you know your nose might turn orange!" laughed Farmer Brown.

Have you ever seen a horse with an orange nose?


Ernie to the Rescue

Ernie is in his corral at the circus, and he hears somebody crying for help in the distance.

"Ernie, did you hear that cry for help?" asked the trainer.

"I am afraid that someone is in trouble and needs help," said Ernie; "I better go see what the problem is."

Ernie gets to the house and finds two little boys hanging out the second floor window crying for help.

"There's a fire upstairs and my boys are trapped. Please, you have to save my boys!" cried the mother.

"I've got to find a way to get those boys out safely," said Ernie.

Ernie fills his trunk with water.

"I'm going to use the water in the pond to put out the fire," said Ernie.


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