From: Lady Sekhmet
, 110 months, post #1 |
This is a "young adult" book that will no doubt appeal to pre-teen
boys. But it's interesting that Max's transformation into a horse
is taken pretty well, in fact he has a lot of fun with it. Like
other childrens books it has little to offer anyone over the age of
12 other than some funny moments and a lite take on how to deal
with an unexpected equine morph :)|
From: guest (Nina Nina)
, 92 months, post #2 |
This was actually animated as part of the 1985-1999 series CBS
Storybreak, in an episode of the same title. It may be available on
video, but I don't know for sure.|
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