The trail home

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Random House Children's Books, Sep 8, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 166 pages
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ter is out of the hospital after the car accident that nearly claimed her life. Now Carole Hanson and Stevie Lake are determined to help her on the road to recovery. But Stevie is still consumed by guilt. After all, she was driving the car; could it be her fault that Callie almost died? Scott Forester, Callie's brother, certainly seems to blame her. Meanwhile Carole Hanson wants to know what secret Ben Marlowe is hiding. Why won't he let anyone get close to him? What's he afraid of? And if she does find out, will it ruin their new friendship? As for Lisa Atwood, she's enjoying life in California, working on a TV show. Will she decide that California is the place to be and abandon her friends and boyfriend? This summer could mark the end of everything, or a brand-new beginning.

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Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
19
Section 3
35
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Children's book author Bonnie Bryant was born and raised in New York City. She became interested in horses as a child when she spent her summers in Massachusetts near a field of horses. She graduated from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin and returned to New York City to work for Scholastic, Inc. In 1983, she began writing books and her early works were written using her married name, B. B. Hiller. These books included Rent a Third Grader and novelizations of such movies as The Karate Kid, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Big, and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. In 1986, she was approached by Bantam to write four books "about girls and horses," which eventually became The Saddle Club series written as Bonnie Bryant. She is also the author of the Pony Tails series and Pine Hollow series.