Phantom Stallion #7: Desert Dancer: Desert Dancer

Paperback | May 27, 2003

byTerri Farley

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As Samantha adjusts to having a new step–mother, she must help the Phantom find his missing lead mare. But when she does, can Sam return the mare to her herd?

An injured mustang is taken off the range. Sam wants to do the right thing, but does that mean taking the horse away from her wild herd?

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As Samantha adjusts to having a new step–mother, she must help the Phantom find his missing lead mare. But when she does, can Sam return the mare to her herd? An injured mustang is taken off the range. Sam wants to do the right thing, but does that mean taking the horse away from her wild herd?

As Samantha adjusts to having a new step–mother, she must help the Phantom find his missing lead mare. But when she does, can Sam return the mare to her herd? An injured mustang is taken off the range. Sam wants to do the right thing, but does that mean taking the horse away from her wild herd?

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Format:PaperbackPublished:May 27, 2003Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0060537256

ISBN - 13:9780060537258

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

Customer Reviews of Phantom Stallion #7: Desert Dancer: Desert Dancer

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Insiring I thought that this book was really good, but it was really sad that Phantom's lead mare was sad. I wish she could have stayed out on the range, but with her sore hoof I knew that that would not be possible. But knowing that the government is taking wild horses off the range, it makes me want to do something, to stand up and make sure that horses can stay wild. They were here before us and have a right to stay free.
Date published: 2007-10-09