264th out of 270 books — 37 voters
Sea Horse (Saddle Club #14)
Ever since they formed The Saddle Club, Stevie, Carole, and Lisa have been inseparable. So they're all feeling a little sad at the thought of not being together for the Christmas holidays. But while Lisa is riding along the beautiful beaches of sunny San Marco, Stevie will be combing the mall for the perfect New Year's Eve dress. And Carole will be training Starlight, the...more
Paperback, 135 pages
Published 1991 by Bantam Books
(first published 1990)
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I remember when I was in my early teens, the Saddle Club series was one of my favorites. Looking back on it with adult eyes... I'm somewhat less impressed. The only reason I care about the characters is due to my nostalgia; the book doesn't give me any reasons. Now granted, it's possible that I'd feel differently if I were to re-read the series from the beginning, rather than starting fifteen books in, so I'm willing to give it some leeway there. But the plot for this book is trite, overdone, an...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...