Blind Beauty

Once in a lifetime, a great racehorse is born, whose name will live on in eternity. Buffoon is that special horse. As a foal, he doesn’t look like a racer. He’s raw-boned, awkward and ugly. No one believes there’s any glorious future for him. But Tessa senses something special in him; a hunger for success as stubborn as her own. Together, the unloved horse and the wilful girl forge a bond that will take them further than anyone imagined. It is a friendship that endures through all the ups and downs of this epic story, told by a Carnegie Medal winner.

“Horse-mad readers will devour Blind Beauty.” Books for Keeps

“I have yet to meet a pony-lover who could resist K.M. Peyton’s glorious books.” Meg Rosoff

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    when i got this book i just got it because it had a picture of horse.on a rainy day i was looking for a book to read, i found this and started the first few pages, i was so into it i didn’t put it down.the story line is so graceful and real it was upsetting.READ THIS BOOK I %100 RECOMMEND IT.

    26 March 2016

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    One of my faves! Absoultly love it!!!!!

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    When I saw this in the bookstore I told my dad that I want to read this,so he got it for me, I started reading this story after he got it,the first chapter was so interesting, I kept reading until I finished, but this story was so good!

    18 June 2012

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    K.M. Peyton won the Guardian Children’s Book Award for Flambards, and the Carnegie Medal for The Edge of the Cloud.

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