Saige

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American Girl Publishing, Incorporated, Dec 27, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 124 pages
23 Reviews
Ten-year-old Saige Copeland loves spending time on her grandma Mimi's ranch, riding horses and painting. Her school made the tough choice to cut art classes, which means she's lost her favorite subject. So when Mimi decides to organize a "save the arts" fundraiser and parade to benefit the school, Saige jumps on board. She begins training Mimi's beautiful horse, Picasso, for his appearance in the parade. Then Mimi is injured in an accident, and Saige wonders what she can do to help. Can she ride Picasso in the parade and make her grandma proud? Can she still raise money to protect the arts at school?

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Review: Saige (American Girl of the Year)

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

Needs more pictures. :) Read full review

Review: Saige (American Girl of the Year)

User Review  - Karah - Goodreads

sad , cute and interesting. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Jessie Haas was born in Westminster, Vermont. She graduated from Wellesley College. She has written more than 35 books including Keeping Barney, Runaway Radish, Hoofprints: Horse Poems, Unbroken, Chase, Revolutionary Westminster, Saige, and Saige Paints the Sky. Sharper won a Golden Kite Honor Award.

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