Originally published as I ribelli della prateria, Societa Editrice Internazionale, Turin, 1955
University of London Press, 1959, illus Q Nadir, trans H E Scott. 128 pp. (right)
American edition: The Wild Horses of Tuscany
Franklin Watts, New York, 1960, 128 pp.
Set in Central Italy, this is the story of three boys and their adventures with three wild foals. Pippo, Vanni, and Bicci are rebels – boys who are as hostile to discipline as the wild horses which are broken in on their farm in Central Italy.