Step Right Up: How Doc and Jim Key Taught the World about Kindness

By Donna Janell Bowman, Daniel Minter (Illustrator)

Born a slave, William “Doc” Key, became a self-taught veterinarian. With much kindness, he raised a remarkable horse, named Jim Key, which he taught to answer questions, spell, and write.

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