Review and Giveaway! The Princess and the Pony by Kate Beaton #PonyTime – This Kid Reviews BooksA sheltered young princess is sent to live with relatives in America, where she befriends a pony held captive by a shady carnivalowner. The Princess and the Pony: Kate Beaton: My 4 year old son loved it and asked me to read it to him over and over. He loved it when the pony fell down, a certain 2-page spread near the end of the book, and every time the pony farted, and I appreciated the lesson, the diverse characters and Kate Beaton's inimitable style. It is The Asylum's first family film not marketed under their Christian-oriented label Faith Films, deviating from the studio's use of mature content on their other films. The Princess and the Pony by Kate Beaton The Princess and the Pony is a picture book; a fun tale for tiny tots with a mischievous sense of humour. The story is about a petite and pugnacious poppet, Princess Pinecone, who lives in a kingdom of vaguely Viking warriors.
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Warriors do not need cozy sweaters. When a great battle occurs, Pinecone hovers at the sidelines in hope that she and her pony will at least get a chance to participate. This is the first foray into picture books for Beaton, author of the popular Hark! A Vagrant webcomic, and her signature wit is on display here. The goofiness is matched by the art, wide-eyed digital cartoons that give Princess biracial daughter of two warrior-looking parents the vigor of mid-century animation.