Reviewed by Tyler C. (age 10)
While I was reading, I thought, "This is one of the best books I've ever read!" During one chapter I almost started crying because something happens to Ginger that would make you cry even if you are a boy or a girl. This book reminds me of my grandpa's horse Snowball because Black Beauty was a well-mannered horse and Snowball was a well-mannered horse as well. Also, Black Beauty's mother reminded me of my mother because they are both wise and give good advice. She told Black Beauty to never kick or bite and my mother has told me to be nice to my younger sister. The illustrations are made of watercolors and pastels and they are lovely.
I recommend this book to people who love to read children's classics and books by Anna Sewell. Also Anna Sewell's writing style is like the main character is telling the story from his / hers perspective. I also recommend this book to people who enjoy realistic fiction.
Check this book out at your local library!