STOLEN! A Pony Called Pebbles (Rainbow Street #5)
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STOLEN! A Pony Called Pebbles (Rainbow Street #5)

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Amy lives and breathes horses, but all her horses are in books or in her head. So when she goes on a picnic with her friend Hannah’s family, Hannah thinks Amy is imagining things when she says she heard a horse neigh nearby. But then Hannah hears a neigh, too! What’s a horse doing in the park?



With a little help from Mona at the Rainbow Street Shelter, Amy makes sure the ho...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published November 13th 2012 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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Caryn Caldwell
Amy has always loved horses, but she knows she'll never be able to have one. Not only would it be too big to fit in her backyard, but it would be too expensive, too. But when she finds a dirty, starving horse trapped inside a rusty, makeshift corral, she sees her chance to help out -- while also finally fulfilling her dream of riding a horse.

I enjoyed this one very much and can see it being popular with the horse-loving crowd. The plot had enough twists to keep it suspenseful, and I found myself...more
Lynn
Fair for a transitional reader, especially those horse-loving little girls! Somewhat predictable ending with a few little twists: who would think to use shaving cream to try to hide a horse's color? Stereotypical bad guys: just got out of jail, not too smart.
A couple of confusing paragraphs could detract the inexperienced reader, but likely will not interefer with their enjoyment of reading about a girl whose horse dream came true!
Taya Van

Ii absolutely loved the book as you can tell by my rating of it. Well I love horses and I actually have 7 of my own so that was one of the main reasons I enjoyed it so much. But also i think that it was cool how it had such a major problem and the resolution was very lovely. So once again I really did love this book!
Diana Gagliardi
A lower level chapter book that teaches about kindness, animal shelters, particularly horses. While it's mostly a story about a little girl who loves horses and manages to help rescue one, it also talks about dedication and the how tos for caring for them.

A fun book in a good series.
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