The Yearling

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Random House Children's Books, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 114 pages
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Once again, Danielle must adjust to life without her beloved horse Redman, who's back on duty at the riding camp. She turns to Raven for comfort, but the brash young colt is more full of himself than ever. Although Alec, Raven's trainer, is pleased with the development of his future racehorse, Danielle is troubled by Raven's increasingly aloof manner. Despite her best efforts, he doesn't seem to care whether she is around or not. Alec reminds Danielle that Raven, like the famous Black, will never be anyone's pet. Can Danielle give up her secret hope of being the colt's best friend?

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Short but sweet, I really do enjoy steven's writing. Read full review

About the author (1999)

Farley is the son of the late Walter Farley.

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