Chucaro: Wild Pony of the Pampa Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Francis Kalnay
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Chapters 1-6, Lasso, Ombu, The Casita, Currycomb, Tears, Gitana the Gypsy

• Pedro sees a pinking horse with white spots as he hides in the brush. The horse is beautiful.

• Pedro is twelve and is a member of the Vaquero people. Pedro wants to catch the horse.

• He asks his father for help. His father was a strong man once but has lost his strength.

• His father's strength began to go when Pedro's mother died when the boy was a year old.

• Pedro's father lassos the horse and Pedro calls him Chucaro.

• The ombu is a tree on the plain which provides much needed shade.

• People often rest under the ombu trees that are near their ranches as it provides shade.

• Juan is Pedro's guardian instead of Pedro's father. He lives in a hut.

• Juan's hut is small and its roof is corrugated metal. Its walls are made of...

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