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Ride a Horse Not an Elevator

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A test of young courage. Lisa is a chubby city girl searching for friendship and excitement. She leaves home, and the elevators and bullies of a big apartment complex, to spend a summer in the country at her grandparents' farm. Culture shock! Accompanied only by her loyal beagle, Donald Dog, Lisa faces a summer in a very different environment with its own challenges and ...more
Paperback, 178 pages
Published June 27th 2013 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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J.E. Rogers
Jan 28, 2014 J.E. Rogers rated it it was amazing
A Gem for Young Aspiring Writers

With a title like, Ride a Horse Not an Elevator, I really didn’t know what to expect, but the book was a delight.

Seven-year-old Lisa tells the story of one summer on her grandparent’s farm. Lisa's a bit nervous about leaving the city, and she’s hasn’t seen her grandparent’s in quite a while, but she’s on her way.

Told in the voice of, and from the point of view of Lisa, this is a wonderful tale filled with memories of a summer vacation in the country. Lisa learn
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Through researching letters and out-of-print books, award-winning writer Lisa Saunders sheds new light on historic figures and events. Through her memoirs, she talks with you, not at you--"no holds barred." She created a little history of her own by helping Connecticut become the second state in the U.S. to combat the leading viral cause of birth defects. She works as a part-time history ...more
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