The name of this book is: A Horse of Her Own (Square Fish, 7.99). It is written by Annie Wedekind. Annie Wedekind wishes she could sing better. If Annie were born with a totally different skill set she would want to speak dozens of languages. Annie prefers to write her books in a little run down cafeteria, when they closed, her mother bought a table from that shop and Annie still writes at that table.
The main characters are Jane, Beau, and Lancelot. This book is about a girl who doesn’t have a horse and at summer camp she has a lot of adventures and who knows, maybe It’s time to think about not having a horse and possibly getting one. There is only 1 problem, how could she give up Beau, (pronounced Boo) her favorite school horse. Read the book to see what happens when Beau gets sold.
I love this book because it is about horses, a ton of adventure and detail. This book was a very enjoyable book. I suggest any horse lovers to read this book.
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