Starlight Comes Home

Starlight Comes Home

by Janet Muirhead Hill
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Starlight Comes Home 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Miranda Steven loves horses and Starlight was her kindred spirit. They shared a special bond that few have. This is a special year for Miranda, no longer a child she enters into a new phase in growing up her teen years. With this journey comes new challenges and experiences and good or bad are part of life. She learns friendship, trust, truth and honesty are all tested this transformation and the feelings for others are crossing over and she sees those closet to her in a new light. Not just a story of a girl and her horse it's a wonderful story of a girl on the threshold of maturing. A story for girls 13-113 and a book that is a don't miss.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Miranda Stevens turns thirteen, but her life does not slow down at all. If anything, it speeds up and gets more complicated. Miranda did not realize that two guys are attracted to her. Her thoughts are mainly on her horse, Starlight, and those closest to her. Miranda's mom is due to deliver another baby, Margot dreams of being adopted by the Stevens and feels unwanted, and there are two new kids at school. .......................... Laurie's cousin, Rose Marie, comes to live with Laurie's family for awhile. Rose Marie is seventeen. She is always in trouble, wears dark make up, smokes, and hangs out with a bad crowd. Envious and jealous of Miranda, Rose Marie begins turning all the kids against Miranda, including her closest. No one seems to like Miranda anymore ... and then Starlight disappears! ...................... ***** This is an excellent ending to the series. Throughout the books, Miranda has grown up and matured, making complicated decisions as she went. She shows that no matter how bad things become, one must do the right thing and hope for the best. Eventually, events will come together. ...................... In my opinion, this series will attract more than just the girls who love horses. Miranda is a great role model. She is so realistic that kids cannot help but relate to Miranda and her problems. At the same time, readers can follow Miranda during all her adventures. Outstanding! *****
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wanted book i am a shiriff don't read it kidding buy it buy it don't go home without it love it to espeshillly on your nook