Arno takes his treasured toy horse everywhere; it reminds him “of other, far-off days.” But one day, the horse is lost. Though his friends are glad to help him retrace his steps in search of the horse, their investigations come up short. In his dreams, Arno appeals to his grandpa, who carved the horse; in his dreams, he receives a comforting answer. Wide landscapes help to illustrate happy days past and present in this story about the sweetness of remembrance.
Michelle Anne Schingler
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