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The tenth exciting adventure in the Pony Club Secrets series sees Issie travel back to Spain to reclaim her beloved colt, Storm... and learn to ride haute ecole on flying stallion, Angel!
The ninth gripping adventure in this exciting pony club series. With showjumping contests to win, rivals to defeat, mysteries to solve and ponies in danger to save – these books are perfect for all readers who love ponies.
Forced to leave her Savannah home to marry Irishman Quentin Kavanagh and become the mistress of Cordangan Castle, Angel Chadwick confronts her fears regarding intimacy and uncovers Quentin Kavanagh's untamed and tormented soul. Original.
Chronicles the diverse roles the horse has played in human warfare, travel, ceremony, hunting, racing, and myth and symbolism as viewed in this collection of four-color illustrations of British Museum artworks and artifacts that trace perceptions of the horse through time and space.
Here is a thrilling, charming text about believing in the power of angels, and taking comfort from their enduring presence. You will be entering the domain of Archangel Michael and Angels' Galaxies. There are Seven Thrones in the Seven Galaxies, each ruled by an Angel King or Queen. Angel Jennifer is the cheery and kind princess from Throne three. Life is all good for the angels: they have duties to perform and focus all their attention and powers towards transcending to higher thrones as they grow in rank. But peace never lasts for long, and everything comes to a halt when Demon King Saty is killed by his son. All of a sudden, eternal peace treaty is compromised, and the demons begin to attack angels under the command of their new King Kaly. Jennifer suddenly finds herself amidst a raging war between angels and demons, between right and wrong, and between the forces of light and the forces of darkness. Every angel is expected to play their part, and Jennifer is expected to play hers. The stakes are high and danger lurks in the air, but with her friends by her side, and the violet-eyed Prince Justin there to accompany her, Jennifer might just be able to succeed in the task she is given.
Adela is excited to perform with the Flying Angels, the vaulting team to which her sisters belong, but her pride makes her quit when she falls while dismounting from her horse.
Presents librarians and teachers with information on more than 1,200 fiction series for children in kindergarten through sixth grade, providing annotations, a listing of titles, important characters, genre, author biography, grade level, and major themes.
An all-new dose of John Marco's trademark combination of morally ambigous and complex action, tight plotting and vivd characterisation. This is action-driven fantasy, packed with magic, betrayal and battle, from one of the most exciting authors in world fantasy. Set in a richly built world which beautifully evokes of magical lands, is detailed in its dissection of motive, and compelling in its characters, The Sword of Angels is the latest work from a natural and mature storyteller revelling in his ability. Building on the success of the acclaimed 'Tyrants and Kings' trilogy, and his growing fanbase in the UK and US, this is a perfect novel for new readers and old fans of John Marco's work alike.
THAT McCALLISTER MAN As far back as cowhand Elizabeth Grant remembered, Travis McCallister had made her heart pound like a wild thing in her chest. For just as long, the rancher's son had stoically rebuffed her girlish advances, leaving her aching—and untouched—when he galloped off to life in the big city. But now Travis was back, as untamed in a three-piece suit as he was astride a stallion. And Elizabeth still trembled. A woman grown, could she finally break through Travis's resistance? Or would her lifelong beloved once more ride off into the sunset, leaving her heart forever hungering?
In The Secret Path of Destiny, a young, disabled, German-American girl, named Isolde, and her destitute mother reach out for a lifeline being offered by a widower in the German town of Fredericksburg, Texas. The year is 1865, and the two travel from New York City through the aftermath of the Civil War. But another war is brewing, this time with Native Americans. And Isolde and her mother are heading right into the heart of Comancheria, the homeland of the Comanche. It is not the Comanche Isolde fears, but her mother’s new employer, who becomes her stepfather. Isolde realizes he is a cunning man who is not who he pretends to be. As the situation worsens, Isolde is forced to make a life-changing decision to escape; desperate, she seeks refuge with a Comanche Indian, who befriends her at first, but later joins a warring band of Comanche. Her malevolent stepfather pursues her across Texas, turning her life upside down. In the midst of her troubles, Isolde’s faith sustains her, and she unexpectedly finds the love that has always eluded her. Eventually, Isolde accepts the difficult circumstances of her life and realizes that a person’s destiny is often hidden from view because the path is sometimes rocky. “Just about anyone can write a book, but only a good writer can write a good book. M. B. Tosi is a very good writer, and her books are truly worth reading.” —Jim Langford, author of The Spirit of Notre Dame and Quotable Notre Dame
Jesus Christ is not a human man, Jesus Christ is a deity. He can transform himself into anything. Jesus Christ and his angels can make human beings experience ectoplasm and can possess you in broad daylight and at night. Any spirit or deity that can shift-shape himself into anything like a fog, smoke, fire, clouds, insects, people or animals is considered not human, suspicious, unknown, scary, sneaky, secretive, and evil.
Combining sly humor with an urban edge, Kate Christensen's In the Drink tells the story of a resolutely clear-eyed young woman who makes a complete mess of her life, and lives to tell the tale. The novel's heroine is the smart, pretty, underemployed, and single Claudia Steiner, personal secretary to Genevieve del Castellano, a terrifying, glamorous semi-lunatic who has it in for her for reasons she can't even begin to fathom. William, her best friend, considers Claudia his pal, his confidante, his sidekick in matters amatory, which would be fine if she weren't desperately in love with him herself. Further complicating matters is Claudia's old lover John Threadgill, an unpublished epic poet whose marriage to a Romanian stripper named Rima hasn't kept him from trying to seduce Claudia at every opportunity. Claudia came to New York City fresh out of college, buoyed along by her dream of becoming a journalist. But her starry-eyed notion of Claudia Steiner, Reporter on the Beat, quickly vanished into the ozone when she couldn't muster the requisite hard-bitten, white-hot urgency, the chain-smoking, the yelling, and the cutthroat story-mongering. Now, at the age of twenty-nine, she finds herself adrift in the city, careening dangerously from catastrophe to catastrophe. Desperately trying to keep her head above water, Claudia has little to rely on but a wry sense of humor, a keen appreciation of the medicinal properties of whiskey, and something more subtle--a persistent little flame of belief in herself, which makes a happy ending seem possible even in this most unforgiving of cities. Hilarious, compassionate, and keenly observed, In the Drink is the enormously entertaining debut of a startlingly talented young writer. BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from Kate Christensen's Blue Plate Special.

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