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Stargazer was a carousel pony. He loved having children enjoy their rides with him. But one day a little boy named Sebastian went on the ride and told Stargazer about real ponies and the adventures they had. Sebastian described ponies who roamed free and frolicked in the fields. This made Stargazer think his life was boring. He longed to be free. Sebastian explained how to become free of the carousel. From then on, the two friends had many adventures. It's a well-written story, but short. In my opinion, children and families would enjoy it even more if bright, colorful illustrations were included and the story was longer. Review by children's author Deanie Humphrys-Dunne
Angharad Thompson Rees’ “The Painted Pony: Magical adventures and pony tales - Book 2" is a very moving enjoyable 22 page book with two short easy to read chapters about a carousel pony and a young boy, Seb. One day, Seb gets on Stargazer’s back and is able to hear and understand what the carousel pony is thinking and can talk to the pony and get answers. The two get to like each other. And one day Stargazer gets free. Those who acquire this book can get another book, a bonus book, for free.