Horse Shy

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Bantam Books, 1988 - Juvenile Fiction - 133 pages
9 Reviews
Carole swears she'll never ride again when her favorite horse is injured and must be put down. With the patient support of her friends at the stables, she comes to realize that though she'll miss Cobalt there will be other horses for her to love.

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Review: Horse Shy (Saddle Club #2)

User Review  - Katie - Goodreads

This is a really great book. It shows coruge and yes I had a little disappointment because on the show carol was there when the tragic acsedent happened, the only fult I think is that the book is really ahead of the show And max isent as bossy and serious in the show Read full review

Review: Horse Shy (Saddle Club #2)

User Review  - Twyla - Goodreads

Carole,Stevie,and Lisa and more girls from pine hollow stables were going on the MTO (Mountain Trail Overnight).Caroles riding horse Delighla was acting a little bit strange and Carole was wondering ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
14
Section 3
21
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

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.

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