Nightmare [NOOK Book]

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Carole Hansen's father has been sent away on a secret Marine Corps assignment. She worries about him constantly. When a fatal equine illness strikes a neighboring stable, The Saddle Club girls have 45 days to wonder, and worry about, whether the disease will reach Pine Hollow, and whether any of their horses could be in danger. Carole secretly decides to hide one horse from the affected stable and care for it herself.Meanwhile, Lisa Atwood is trying not to let her competitive impulses take over. But a classmate ...
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Nightmare

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Carole Hansen's father has been sent away on a secret Marine Corps assignment. She worries about him constantly. When a fatal equine illness strikes a neighboring stable, The Saddle Club girls have 45 days to wonder, and worry about, whether the disease will reach Pine Hollow, and whether any of their horses could be in danger. Carole secretly decides to hide one horse from the affected stable and care for it herself.Meanwhile, Lisa Atwood is trying not to let her competitive impulses take over. But a classmate has challenged her for the position of valedictorian. Will Lisa's compulsion to always be the best turn the classroom into a nightmare? And Stevie has found a mysterious place in the woods. Is she on the trail of an Underground Railroad route? Or is she chasing after nothing?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307825735
  • Publisher: Random House Children's Books
  • Publication date: 3/27/2013
  • Series: Saddle Club Series
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 879,677
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2014

    This was an interesting book it¿s about a disease that breaks o

    This was an interesting book it’s about a disease that breaks out and is headed to Pine hollow where the horses can be infected. So now let’s get into the characters there is a girl named Carole she’s funny and forgetful and is horse crazy. The next person is Stevie she is laid back and does not care about anything school related. She hates school and she gets in a lot of trouble. They on last friend named Lisa she is new to riding because Carole, Stevie have been riding when they were little. Any way Lisa is very intelligent you find her mostly in the library because she reads book a lot and get straight and will get mad if she gets a B or a C she tries to better than anyone. Let’s get into their horses Carole horse is a palomino gelding named Starlight. Stevie has a horse that name is Belle when Belle walks it’s a swaying motion but a trot as the same time. Lisa horse is Prancer this horse very cooperative Lisa tries to work on making him turn in smooth circle that important it looks bad when a horse move choppy. Together they give each other riding tips any Carole has to stay with Lisa because her dad has a job found and moves Carole got very upset because she would miss Starlight. She thought that she could stay in the house alone but her dad said to stay with Lisa for now. Now my recommendation about this book it was freaky because the disease could kill the horses but it was already bad enough that some of the horses had colic that the abdominal area is very painful. My other recommendation that if you’re a horse lover you’ll love this book just like I did but if you’re not into horses very much then I would not reading this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2013

    Tails

    Amzaing!!!!! Do more!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2013

    The rise of exe chapter 1: Not Good Enough

    Pain... fire... death... the robots continued to wreak havoc. Sonic couldnt hold them back. They were coming for him. They came closer, and closer, and...

    Sonic woke with a start. He looked around to see he was in his room. He sighed with relief as he realized it was a dream. He chuckled "man, that was the most realistic dream ive every had." He starte to sit up but felt a throbbing pain. He looked down to see that his arm was bandadged, as was his chest. Underneath the wrapping, he could feel a throbbing pain. "What... what the heck happened?" He looked out side to see the wrecked city, with all th people running around and trying to rebuild. Then sonic remembered. Last night eggman sent a bunch of his strongest robots to destroy him. Sonic won, but he had to go Hyper. And even then, he was nearly defeated. With a wince, he stood up and went outside.

    as he wallked trough the ity he was tackle-hugged from behind and a familiar voice declared "Sonic! Your all right!" Sonic, unsure whether to be amued or irritated, said "hey amy. Yeah im fine. But can you not squeeze me so hard?" Amy backed away "sorry! I was so worried about you!" Sonic shrugged "why? Im never down for long." Amy frowned "well, they are getting stronger." Sonic sighed. "Yeah. They came pretty close to killing me. I dont get it. Eggman was never this good! Why all of a sudden does he decide to step up his game? Amy remained silent. Sonic scowled "hes better than i thought." Amy hugged him "sonic, he may be good, but you are way better than he will ever be." Sonic shook his head. "No im not! I almost lost! Im not good enough yet!" Amy looked at him "then you will need to get stronger!" Sonic nodded "buy old Egghead probably isnt gonna hold back for long. Theres no way that i can do enough training before he trs again! What do i do!?"(end of chpter one. Giv me your opinions!)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2013

    Two Worlds Clash: Chapter 1 - Greenhills

    Sega: It was a normal day in sega, Sonic was running to defeat Eggman, Knuckles was punching robots left and right, Tails was scouting the area, and Dr. Eggman was working on a new machine. Amy was back at the mansion with Cheese cleaning up. <br>
    "Why do we have to do the same thing over and over again?" Knuckles asked himself right after he punched the last robot. "It gets too boreing after a while." He looked up and saw Tails flying overhead.<br>
    "I sure hope Sonic sees that rock and runs around it." Tails stated while he watch Sonic run toward the desert. Sonic trips and Tails winced. "That had to hurt!"<br>
    Sonic was running, he tripped, and then had a face full of sand. He stood up and kicked the rock and ran off. He continued to run until he saw a green 'turtle' walking by. He skidded to a stop and looked at it. "Hm. Looks like Eggman has created some better robots. This one actually looks alive," Sonic said as he looked closer. "Wait a minute. It is alive. What is Eggman up to?"<br>
    Sonic started to run again but almost ran into a walking 'mushroom'. "This day just keeps getting weirder and weirder." He said as he continued to run.<br>
    Tails squinted his eyes and flew down to Knucles. "Hey knuckles, can you see Sonic? He seems to have vanished." <br>
    Knuckles shook his head. "No. I can not see any blue out there." Both Knuckles and Tails stand there, wondering what could have happened to their blue friend.<p>

    (If you like this i will continue this at second result)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2013

    My Horses

    Rebel- Black Quarter Horse stallion with a white star
    Soda Pop- Brown and White Paint Welsh Pony/Thoroughbred gelding with a blond mane and tail
    Sammy- Light Gray Arabian/Standardbred mare with a pink snip and a blond mane and tail
    Decca- Sorrel Quarter Horse mare with a white blaze
    Yishka- Appaloosa (white with brown spots) Missoui Fox Trotter filly with a white and brown mane

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2013

    Fiona

    *Cuddles with her bunny and wishes that her friend Rachel were there.*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2004

    Really Informative

    This book taught me a lot about EIA, a fatal horse deisease, and caused me to take some precautions around my own a horses. I shudder to think what would happen if they came down with the virus! It's so sad when 1 of the horses gets the virus, but does she/he REALLY have it? Find out in Bonnie Bryant's NUGHTMARE! (This book was OK, but I got sooooooooo frustrated w/ Lisa and her stupid report!)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2003

    One of the best

    This book was definetly one of the best of the series. But I do think that Stevie and Lisa should have been more concerned about the Horses than they were. And all you people who say that the saddle club is like for 12 and under, should reconsider, cause i'm 14!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2002

    Must Read

    When Carole Hanson's dad must go away on a top secrect mission, and is not allowed to tell Carole were he is going or for how long she starts to get worried.While she stays at the Atwood's house she keeps coming home late for dinner and feels like an intruder.Suddenly one of her most beloved horses at Pine Hollow might have a terrible diseas. Carole feels like she has to take matters in her own hands.And then realizes life keeps going when a new one ends.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2001

    ONE MUST READ

    This is a good book to read around a camp fire!It is a VERY good book! I loved this One, You will too!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2000

    Great

    One of the best Saddle Club Books. Great for anyone who's horse crazy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 1999

    So cool!

    This book was truly outstanding!A must read! I've read many of the Saddle Club,and I have to say this is deffinitly one of the best!It's a book you'll never get tired of reading,that's for sure!

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