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Sea Horse Ever since they formed The Saddle Club Stevie Carole and Lisa have been inseparable So they re all feeling a little sad at the thought of not being together for the Christmas holidays But while Lis

Ever since they formed The Saddle Club, Stevie, Carole, and Lisa have been inseparable So they re all feeling a little sad at the thought of not being together for the Christmas holidays But while Lisa is riding along the beautiful beaches of sunny San Marco, Stevie will be combing the mall for the perfect New Year s Eve dress And Carole will be training Starlight, theEver since they formed The Saddle Club, Stevie, Carole, and Lisa have been inseparable So they re all feeling a little sad at the thought of not being together for the Christmas holidays But while Lisa is riding along the beautiful beaches of sunny San Marco, Stevie will be combing the mall for the perfect New Year s Eve dress And Carole will be training Starlight, the gorgeous bay gelding she got for Christmas But no one s holiday goes smoothly, especially Lisa s On her first day at the San Marco stables, she takes an embarrassing fall, just like a beginner And that s not the worst of it The volcanic terrain and tricky footing of the tiny island can be confusing to horses and lethal for their riders Just as Lisa s confidence in her riding plummets to an all time low, a dangerous mishap will put her horseback skills to the ultimate test and have her missing her Saddle Club friends like crazy

  • ¸ Sea Horse Ñ Bonnie Bryant
    464 Bonnie Bryant

About Author

  1. Bonnie Bryant says:
    American author of children s books She is best known for creating the intermediate horse book series The Saddle Club, which was published from October 1988 until April 2001 The Saddle Club chronicled the adventures of thirteen year old Lisa Atwood and twelve year olds Stephanie Stevie Lake and Carole Hanson The series was static in time the girls never aged in 101 books, 7 special editions, and 3 Inside Stories.Bonnie Bryant also wrote two spin off series Pony Tails, aimed at beginning 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 years after The Saddle Club Unlike The Saddle Club, Pine Hollow conformed to a realistic timeline The 17 books took place over the span of less than a year Later a television 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 team of ghostwriters, a common practice in long running children 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 also the author of many novelizations of movies, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Karate Kid, and Honey, I Blew Up the Kid, written under her married name, B.B Hiller She also collaborated in the ghostwriting of The Baby sitters Club Super Special 14 BSC in the USA, published under the name of its creator, Ann M Martin.Bonnie Bryant was born and raised in New York City She met her husband, Neil W Hiller, in college, where they both worked on the campus newspaper They had two sons, Emmons Hiller and Andrew Hiller Neil Hiller died in 1989 Many of Bonnie s books are dedicated to him from

Comment 181 on “Sea Horse

  1. K says:
    I remember when I was in my early teens, the Saddle Club series was one of my favorites Looking back on it with adult eyes I m somewhat less impressed The only reason I care about the characters is due to my nostalgia the book doesn t give me any reasons Now granted, it s possible that I d feel differently if I were to re read the series from the beginning, rather than starting fifteen books in, so I m willing to give it some leeway there But the plot for this book is trite, overdone, and lackin [...]


  2. Rena Sherwood says:
    One of the Club goes on a very expensive vacation that few readers would ever be able to afford Whee.


  3. Ashley says:
    Honestly, I don t know if I ve read this book I think I did I know I read a few of The Saddle Club books though They are about girls that are bff s and love horses.

  4. Meagan says:
    Great topic for understanding how to be confident in your abilities and to have the humility to admit your mistakes

  5. Sarah Tummey says:
    Another one from childhood Never forgot Stevie s hunt for the blue chiffon.

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