Jockey Girl

February 6, 2016|
Jockey Girl by Shelley Peterson
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  • Jockey Girl deals with confidence issues that are universal in the coming-of-age years.  
  • Gives readers an inside look at the race track and living with horses and animals. 
  • Will appeal to horse-lovers of all ages, but this is much more than an adventure with horses.  
  • Family life — the positive and negative effects of a parent’s behavior — is woven throughout the story. 
  • The book examines various aspects of human nature, how we all make mistakes, and how people react to their mistakes. Some make them worse, some ignore, some rectify the situation. How the way we deal with things defines our character. 
  • Author breeds, trains, and works with horses.
Shelley Peterson is the bestselling author of six published novels for young readers: Dancer, Abby Malone, Stagestruck, Sundancer, Mystery at Saddle Creek, and Dark Days at Saddle Creek. She divides her time between Toronto and Fox Ridge, where she operates a stable.
Title:Jockey Girl
Product dimensions:320 pages, 8 X 5 X 1 in
Shipping dimensions:320 pages, 8 X 5 X 1 in
Published:February 6, 2016
Publisher:Dundurn Press
ISBN - 13:9781459734340

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