Summer Horse | Book, Essay

Summer Horse
Book details:
Pages: 150
Rating: 3.79

Original Title Summer Horse (Saddle Club, #67)

ISBN 0553484222 (ISBN13: 9780553484229 )

Edition Language English

Series Saddle Club #67

Childrens :: Young Adult :: Animals :: Horses

Book description:

In the first of two companion mystery novels, the girls of The Saddle Club go to one of their favorite places--Moose Hill Summer Camp. This time they're staying for an entire month!Right away, the girls start to wonder if their dream summer won't be all they hoped. Lisa learns she's in a different cabin than her best friends, Stevie and Carole. Stevie's boyfriend, Phil, ignores her. Worst of all, Carole is assigned a camp horse that simply won't cooperate. Whoever would have thought this horse-crazy girl would meet an equine she didn't like? Then, the girls run into some ominous signs that someone wants to close down Moose Hill Camp forever. Can they find out who, before it's too late?

Book Authors:

Bonnie Bryant

American writer of kids 's books. She is best known for making the intermediate Equus caballus book series The Saddle Club, which was published from October 1988 until April 2001. The Saddle Club chronicled the escapades of thirteen-year-old Lisa Atwood and twelve-year-olds Stephanie Stevie Lake and Carole Hanson. The series was inactive in clip ; the misss ne'er aged in 101 books, 7 particular editions, and 3 Inside Stories.Bonnie Bryant besides wrote two spin-off series: Pony Tails, aimed at get downing readers, and Pine Hollow, aimed at teenage readers. The 16 Pony Tails books followed the lives of eight-year-olds May Grover, Corey Takamura, and Jasmine James. Pine Hollow featured Carole, Lisa, Stevie, and their new friends in a series set four old ages after The Saddle Club. Unlike The Saddle Club, Pine Hollow conformed to a realistic timeline. The 17 books took topographic point over the span of less than a twelvemonth. Later a telecasting show called The Saddle Club, based on the books, was filmed in Australia.Bonnie Bryant wrote at least 38 The Saddle Club books and 2 Pine Hollow books herself ; after that they were taken over by a squad of ghostwriters, a common pattern in long-running kids 's book series. Ghostwriters for the Saddle Club and Pine Hollow books included Caitlin Macy ( sometimes credited as Caitlin C. Macy ) , Catherine Hapka, Sallie Bissell, Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, Helen Geraghty, Tina deVaron, Cat Johnston, Minna Jung, and Sheila Prescott-Vessey.Bonnie Bryant is besides the writer of many novelisations of films, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Karate Kid, and Honey, I Blew Up the Kid, written under her married name, B.B. Hiller. She besides collaborated in the ghostwriting of The Baby-sitters Club Super Special # 14: BSC in the USA, published under the name of its Godhead, Ann M. Martin.Bonnie Bryant was born and raised in New York City. She met her hubby, Neil W. Hiller, in college, where they both worked on the campus newspaper. They had two boies, Emmons Hiller and Andrew Hiller. Neil Hiller died in 1989. Many of Bonnie 's books are dedicated to him. ***from

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