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Mock Turtle writes "Here's another example of (ahem) harnessing the power of animals to encourage kids to read: The Black Stallion Literacy Project, the brainchild of Mark Miller, owner of the Arabian Nights dinner/performance attraction in Kissimmee, FL, and Tim Farley, son of the the late Walter Farley (author of the Black Stallion books). First- and fourth-graders receive free books and special visits with the Arabian Nights horses. Last year, the Black Stallion Literacy Project reached 35,000 children across the United States, about half of whom were from Central Florida. A traveling troupe of horses and performers takes the program on the road outside of Central Florida. The Orlando Sentinel profiles the Black Stallion Literacy Project."