By The Horn Book Magazine
The book’s glory is its art, with desert vistas, horses in action, and sympathetic portraits of the Mongolian people at home and work, the watercolor expanses supplemented by nimbly sketched spot art. The text, too, with its description of Tamir’s life and family, offers a vivid picture of this traditional culture.
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