Horse Feverby Bonnie Bryant
January is the cruelest month, at least for the Saddle Club. The weather is miserable: cold, rainy, and muddy. No one can go riding outside, and everyone is sick and tired of being inside. The only things left to do are clean tack and ride in the indoor ring. The Saddle Club is bored--bored of riding and even of horses. So what can they do? Lisa decides to try her hand at needlepoint--can't get much further away from riding than that. Carole decides that this would be the perfect opportunity to write a great novel. And Stevie decides that a little time in the kitchen whipping up treats sounds like a great idea. Will these activities help them rediscover their love of horses? Or is the Saddle Club about to untack for good?
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I thought this book made a great addition to "The Saddle Club" series. It just goes to show that even the most horse-crazy girls still have a life outside the stable. The story takes place in January, and nothing at all seems to be going on. Max, the stable owner, takes off for a very rare vacation, which means Pine Hollow has no club meetings, or horse lessons. Things just seem too quiet around the stables, and each Saddle Club girl feels like they have other things that they could be doing besides being around horses all day. Carole is considering to sell her horse... Stevie has a foot race to win... and Lisa can always find new projects to work on... Will they return to their old selves? I really enjoyed this book, and I know if you are a horse-lover, you'll enjoy it as well!
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