Review On Spirit: Riding Free
Based on the books, Spirit: Riding Free is bout a girl who lives in the city, but then has to move to the country due to a conductor her grandpa's railroad business being killed on the railway track. The girl (Lucky's) dad, Jim, has to take over in a country called Miradero. On the train ride to Lucky's new home, she finds a stallion who is then caught by ropes right in front of her eyes. Together, they meet at their destination and struggle with living in a new area together. Lucky also meets two girls and when they all become friends, the adventure starts. The girls hide from bears, hangout with cougars, help foals, struggle with snobs, and much more. This loving series shows the importance of friendship, and not only with humans. With horses, too.
Some people criticise this tv show, due to scary stuff, violence and much more. But due to my experience as a kid with very free, loving parents I have a firm believe telling your kids the struggles they will face in life is very important. When I get hurt, I laugh. When I get scared, I laugh and as a ten year old, I have experienced this show and the PALS as the best role models ever. They are nothing but creative, fun, and brave. Watching a horse being attacked and having kids cry is not a bad thing. Crying is a way of sharing your emotions and sometimes those emotions are happy ones. Please, do not let crying stop you from watching this amaze show.