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heels to my horse and a hawk on my hands

I has a cover art! The amazing Donato Giancola and Irene Gallo come through again.


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That's lovely, and fits nicely with the first two covers.
I am beyond pleased.
...Tell me Donato Giancola is selling prints of all three.

That's beautiful.
Oh, oh, I hope so! I have a spot on my wall that could totally hold a triptych.

It is a glorious cover.
Oh, that's my favorite yet! Hooray!

P.
That is very beautiful.
Well, that'll look nice next to the other two in our bookshelf (there's more than one bookshelf, but only two thirds of one shelf with eBear books... so far).
Oh, GORGEOUS. I love it!!
Oh wow. I love it.
lovely!
I am blaming the painkillers for my first response, which was "PRETTY HORSIES!"

Putting my grownup filter back in place -- that is a GORGEOUS cover.
So gorgeous! I love the covers to this series!
So happy to see that foal! I still love a horse story, after all these years. My 7 year old is fascinated with Kasimir on the cover of Windwracked Stars, by the way. She will insist on reading this book! I spotted this glass in the store window & thought of these covers: http://www.tenthousandvillages.com/phoenician-glass-goblet

Edited at 2013-07-04 03:51 am (UTC)
Kasimir would have been total crack to my 7-year-old self, as well. Everything else about those books is optional.

I taught myself to read "grown up" books in part because the illustrations in THE BLACK STALLION CHALLENGED were so enticing.

That goblet is AMAZING!
Wow!
So beautiful!
Hooray!
Lovely!