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Saddle Sore (Saddle Club #66)
The girls of the Saddle Club--Stevie Lake, Carole Hanson, and Lisa Atwood--and their friend Emily have headed West to the Bar None Dude Ranch. Emily has cerebral palsy. She's helping the ranch's owner make it accessible to riders with special needs. At the ranch, they meet a girl their own age--a former rider who has lost part of her leg in a motorbike accident. She ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published May 12th 1997 by Skylark
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Children's Fiction with Positive Images of Disability
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This one was also just after I stopped rabidly collecting this series, and thus new to be. But it was actually pretty adorable, and I still love the characters an awful lot. The Lesson Learned was a little bit beats-you-over-the-head still, but I give this a lot of points for actually doing a reasonable job with regards to ablism, and the treatment of disabled characters (of whom there were more than one, even!) in this particular story. Caveat: I am AB and therefore could well be missing ...more
American author of children's books. She is best known for creating the intermediate horse book series The Saddle Club, which was published from October 1988 until April 2001. The Saddle Club chronicled the adventures of thirteen-year-old Lisa Atwood and twelve-year-olds Stephanie "Stevie" Lake and Carole Hanson. The series was static in time; the girls never aged in 101 books, 7 special editions, ...moreMore about Bonnie Bryant...
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