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Frosty: The Adventures of a Morgan Horse
Frosty: The Adventures of a Morgan Horse
An Accelerated Reader Book
Frosty, the second book in the Morgan Horse series, continues the adventures of Heather Richardson and her horse Blackjack. In addition, the story introduces a new character, a rare gray Morgan named Frosty. Through Frosty, Heather realizes that not all horses are meant to be show ring stars. Although disappointed at first, she soon discovers that Frosty's real talent lies in the area of trail riding, and it isn't long before Heather loves this sport. She and Frosty become trail buddies and must learn to trust each other if they are to survive the woods of Vermont...
Winner of the national book award, "Children's Choices" co-sponsored by The International Reading Association and The Children's Book Council. A total of 12,000 children from around the country voted on their favorite books.
7 gray-scale drawings
Dimensions: 5.5" x 8.5"
For ages 9 - 13 / Fourth through Sixth grade
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Be warned: this is not the type of book you can just put down when you want to. If you decide to pick up this book as your next good read, be prepared to tell your boss or teachers why you are sleeping at your desk! - Cassie Mayer, Vermont Morgan Horse Association
The writing is so descriptive that you really feel like you are right there with Heather, Frosty and Blackjack throughout the entire book. This would be a great book for anyone who loves horses or animals in general. Great idea! - Writer's Digest
Gifted author Ellen Feld brings back the main characters from her acclaimed book Blackjack in this wonderful sequel. Not since the great stories of Marguerite Henry, C.W. Anderson and Walter Farley has an author so captured the romance and allure of horses for the teenage market. I loved every word! - Hallie McEvoy, author of Genuine Risk and Horse Show Judging for Beginners.
If you like adventurous stories, get this series! - The Old Schoolhouse Magazine
The adventurous sequel to Ellen F. Feld's novel, Blackjack, Frosty is a thoroughly delightful novel for young readers... Frosty is a story to be cherished by horse lovers of all ages. - Midwest Book Review
Ellen F. Feld, award-winning author, equine journalist and phenomenally passionate horse lover, once again reaches out to the hearts and dreams of the teenaged horse loving set with Frosty...this is one of those rare timeless books that can be enjoyed and read by all age levels. - Debbie Fowler, Roundtable Reviews
The story is both adventurous and suspenseful. - Eventing USA
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and, after staying up half the night to finish it, would recommend it to horse lovers of all ages. - Susan Dudasik, Just Horses
This is a very engaging read for horse-crazy pre-teens who will keep turning the pages as author Ellen Feld skillfully weaves horse care and training information into a very entertaining story about the adventures of a young girl who loves Morgan horses. - Horses All
There aren't many writers around today who can compare to [Marguerite] Henry at her best, but I'll wager that New England's own Ellen F. Feld will be remembered someday in her own right. Frosty combines Feld's love of Morgans and gift for storytelling. In Frosty, Feld has hit her narrative stride that makes the book one you won't want to put down, whether you are 13 or 43. - Horsemen's Yankee Pedlar
Young readers are sure to keep turning the pages to read about Heather's adventures, while learning some of the finer points of horse ownership. - Jan Mansfield, Janus Communications, Inc.
Make room on your bookshelf for Ellen Feld's book Frosty. A true delight for teenage readers...a sweet and charming story by this talented young adult author. - Christina Koliander, Past Managing Editor, The Morgan Horse Magazine.
Once again, author Ellen Feld combines education with entertainment in her delightful book Frosty. - Ronald J. Emond, DVM, Candlewood Equine, LLC, Bridgewater, CT.
This is one of the most engaging teenage horse books that this reviewer has read in quite a while. - Anthony P. Locorini, Editor, Tri-State Horse.
Reading Frosty brought back a lot of fond memories. The story, the characters and more important the horses are real and come alive in the pages of this enjoyable book. - Lisa Nyberg, who along with her partner Carol Hudson breed world champion Morgan Horses under the Treble's Morgan Manor prefix.