Read Blaze and the Forest Fire: Billy and Blaze Spread the Alarm by C.W. Anderson Free Online
Book Title: Blaze and the Forest Fire: Billy and Blaze Spread the Alarm|
ISBN 13: 9780689716058
The author of the book: C.W. Anderson
Date of issue: April 30th 1992
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Billy and Blaze are more than just friends -- they're heroes! When they spot smoke in the brush, they race through the woods to sound the alarm.
At the end of the day, Billy and Blaze are rewarded for their bravery -- with carrots for Blaze, chocolate cake for Billy, and a very special present that they can share.
Blaze and the Forest Fire is part of the classic Billy and Blaze series. Sensitive drawings and easy-to-read words capture the warmth and special understanding between a boy and his horse.
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Read information about the authorC.W. Anderson - aka Clarence William Anderson
Clarence William Anderson (1891 - 1971) born in Wahoo, Nebraska. He was an author and illustrator of childrens books. Known professionally as C.W. Anderson, Anderson had an interest in horses and drawing. When he wasn't out riding horses, he was drawing them, taking great interest in their bone structure and conformation. Anderson started his career by illustrating for other authors, but eventually began developing texts to accompany his realistic and lively black and white drawings. He is best known for his "Billy and Blaze" book series.
The adventures of Billy and Blaze would revolve around proper care of the horse, while teaching a lesson. Anderson would go to great lengths to give accurate information. He would even go on to write Heads Up, Heels Down as a training tool for young horse lovers. All of the stories Anderson wrote would be based on true stories or people that Anderson knew, only the plots were fiction.
By the end of Anderson's life, he had written and illustrated over thirty-five horse books, and also had created covers for the Saturday Evening Post.