The Red Pony by John Steinbeck is a 120-page paperback published by Bantam Books, Inc., first published in 1937, this copy published in March, 1966. There is some rubbing and tanning to the cover. Inside, the binding is very tight and the pages are tanning but clean and unmarked.
The Red Pony is the story of a boy who dreamed great dreams, of the sorrel colt that was the focus of those dreams, of the land that nourished them, of the mountains that hid their fulfillment.
Steinbeck's early masterpiece reveals his profound love of many things--children and their wondrous imaginings, mountains, animals, people--and the land.
The Red Pony is one of Steinbeck's most beloved works. It will be treasured by generations.