Eli Goodman

The White Horse

Based on a real-life revelational experience that is described in the substantial “Afterword” section, The White Horse teaches that one should not judge another by superficial characteristics. In a rural setting whose exact time and setting are purposely undefined, a family of four young children and their parents rejects a horse because of his skin color. The horse initially resigns himself to his outcast status, but when the children find themselves in danger, he emerges as a confident rescuer. The horse’s heroic act proves to the family, and to the horse, himself, that their preconceived prejudices about him were, for many reasons, entirely wrong.
55 printed pages
Original publication



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