Girls and Their Horses: True Tales from American Girl
Pleasant Company Publications, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
Girls love dreaming about horses. But what is it really like to own one? Real girls give an inside look at the hard work and the great rewards. Readers will discover how to rough-ride at a rodeo, do a handstand on horseback, and raise the teeniest horse breed ever. Includes a 24-card photographic horse breed guide.
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