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  • Title: Pony Crazy
  • Author: Catherine Hapka Anne Kennedy
  • ISBN: 9780061255335
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Hardcover

  • No one loves horses than Meg She has pony books, pony toys, and even a pony rug But Meg lives in the big city and has never been around real ponies before Then her family moves to the country, and on her first day of school, Meg makes a new friend a friend who lives on a horse farm Beginning readers will cheer as Meg meets, feeds, and grooms her very first horses.No one loves horses than Meg She has pony books, pony toys, and even a pony rug But Meg lives in the big city and has never been around real ponies before Then her family moves to the country, and on her first day of school, Meg makes a new friend a friend who lives on a horse farm Beginning readers will cheer as Meg meets, feeds, and grooms her very first horses A sweet story of friendship and big ideas, this is the perfect book for horse lovers of all ages.
    Catherine Hapka Anne Kennedy
    Catherine Cathy Hapka has written than one hundred books for children and adults, as a ghostwriter for series as well as original titles, including the Romantic Comedies Something Borrowed, The Twelve Date of Christmas, and Love on Cue She lives in Pennsylvania.


    Commentaires:

    Racquel
    My kids love horses and my daughter is in that learning-to-read stage, so of course when she saw a 4 book collection of these Pony Scouts, she was sold. The books actually do teach real lessons about horses in their short stories, including summaries of items used in the book at the very back. An added learning tool with a cute story included. Of course, now she wants all the books, and I find out there's actually 10 total. I think we'll be checking out the library this summer. This one appears [...]

    Kest Schwartzman
    cute, I guess.No, let's be honest, here. I woulda killed to be in an independent chapter of "pony scouts" with just my two best friends. I might still want that. The book's not great, but the idea is gold

    Kenson Dickey
    I like ponies. i wish i could ride one. we are going to the farm on saturday. my mom says i might get to ride one there. i hope so

    Katie Fitzgerald
    Ponies and riding are topics of definite interest to this age group, so the subject matter alone makes them a sure hit. I also really like the way vocabulary is incorporated into each story. Words that might be new or unfamiliar are defined on the last page in a short glossary. The illustrations are warm and inviting, but they also really supplement some of the new information introduced by the text. The girls are shown wearing helmets, mounting ponies, and windmilling their arms in what I assum [...]

    Kimberly
    My horse-crazy daughter loves this series if books. We check them out from the library over and over and over! She can't read yet, and these are rated as level 2 reading, but she loves me to read them. All of these pony scout books have 'pony pointers' at the end of the story to help with horse-related words or phrases that are used (and explained) within the stories, so it is a neat/easy/natural way to read fun horse story, feed the horse-craze in your little one (if yours is like mine), all th [...]

    carissa
    Recommended Ages: grades 1-2"No one loves horses more than Meg. She has pony books, pony toys, and even a pony rug! But Meg lives in the big city and has never been around real ponies before. Then her family moves to the country, and on her first day of school, Meg makes a new friend--a friend who lives on a horse farm! Beginning readers will cheer as Meg meets, feeds, and grooms her very first horses. A sweet story of friendship and big ideas, this is the perfect book for horse lovers of all ag [...]

    Tricia
    My first grade daughter is loopy over this easy reader Pony Scouts series. This first title explains how Meg, horse-obsessed, moves from city to country and makes friends with both other girls and ponies.

    Rosa Cline
    a little girl dreams eat and sleeps about ponies. But she lives in the city and can't see them little long own one. But her family moves and when she goes to her new school she finds new friends that like ponies just as much as she does. And they eventually make the "Pony Scouts'

    Dolly
    This is a perfect story for any little girl who likes ponies. It's a step 2 reading book and it is great for beginning readers, especially if they are reading with their parent. I enjoyed this book and our girls loved it! We've borrowed this one a couple of times.

    Whitney
    C loves loves, loves, loves, this book!!! She is obsessed with ponies and this was just perfect for her.

    Jennie
    I can read step 2 book. Three best friend join together to be Pony Scouts together. They study, take care of horses and have a great time being friends. gr. K-4.

    Danette
    Read with Naomi and Julia.

    Amy
    My daughter loves this series.

    Tiffany
    My daughter asked me to give this book 5 stars. :) This is an easy read for first grade students.

    Elizabeth S
    The first Pony Scouts book, where the girls decide to be friends and form the Pony Scouts. Just right for my kindergartener to read by herself!

    Daniela
    They became scouts.

    Morbus Iff
    Finding a friend with a real life horse, cool mom, and a puppy? HeaaAVeennNNn.

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