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The Monday Horses By Jean Slaughter Doty,

  • Title: The Monday Horses
  • Author: Jean Slaughter Doty
  • ISBN: 9780688801342
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Her pony s accident provides Cassie with an introduction to show horses.
    The Monday Horses Her pony s accident provides Cassie with an introduction to show horses

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    1. I read this in one sitting It s one of my favorite horse books I read it as a young girl too This is the story of a girl who is riding her horse on a bridle path when it steps on a glass bottle and severely cuts its leg She runs to the nearest stable for help, and it turns out to be a super fancy hunter jumper stable Her horse boards there for a while, out of necessity while its leg heals, and she gets her first look at the world of competitive show jumping.She ends up working at the stable to c [...]

    2. Jean Slaughter Doty brings the world of junior horse show jumping to life in this beautifully written and compelling book I ve loved it since I was about 10, and I love it still I ve read it countless times as a child and as an adult Doty writes Cassie as someone we can relate to, someone who makes sense in a world that doesn t The adults that surround her are sufficiently mapped out as well And the world of horses that Doty introduces to her audience is all too real and as seductive as she make [...]

    3. This book is definitely a product of its time, but very cool in that it looks at the commodification of children s dreams in such a way so as to have those dreams triumph over the adults who would ruin them I read this book obsessively as a kid and can still remember vividly the characters and storylines to this day.

    4. I checked this book out from the library because it was about horses, but little did I know how much I would learn between those pages It was a world I had never been a part of, where horses are than just a ride through the woods or around an arena.

    5. I loved this book as a teenager, rereading it was not as fun but still a worthwhile book to have on my shelves.

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