Born in the 1930s, Sea Biscuit was a horse that beat the odds. Smaller and weaker than most racehorses, he began to win local races. A new coach helped him train and win national races, too. In the midst of the Depression, the underdog horse gave the American people reason to hope and not give up. Discover his entire story in this kid-friendly biography. Paperback by James Buckley, Jr. 112 pages, for ages 8-12.