Series: Treasured Horses Collection

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Changing Times (Treasured Horses) by Deborah G. Felder
Ride of Courage by Deborah G. Felder

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  1. Spirit of the West: The Story of an Appaloosa Mare, Her Percious Foal, and the Girl Whose Pride Endangers Them All (Treasured Horses) by Jahnna N. Malcolm (1996)
  2. Kate's Secret Plan: The Story of a Young Quarter Horse and the Persistent Girl Who Will Not Let Obstacles Stand in Their Way (Treasured Horses) by Susan Saunders (1996)
  3. Pride of Green Mountains (Treasured Horses Collection) by Carin Greenberg Baker (1997)
  4. Riding School Rivals (Treasured Horses) by Susan Saunders (1996)
  5. The Black Stallion's Ghost by Walter Farley (1969)
  6. After the Storm by Lauren Brooke (2000)
  7. Misty of Chincoteague by Marguerite Henry (1947)
  8. Rent A Third Grader (Little apple) by B.B. Hiller (1988)
  9. Pride Of The Green Mountains (Treasured Horses) by Carin Greenberg (1997)
  10. Flambards by K. M. Peyton (1967)
  11. The Stallion of Box Canyon (Treasured Horses Collection) by Jahnna N. Malcolm (1997)
  12. The Secret of the Stallion by Bonnie Bryant (1995)
  13. Donkey-Donkey by Roger Duvoisin (1933)
  14. Samantha's Pride by Joanna Campbell (1993)
  15. All-of-a-Kind Family by Sydney Taylor (1951)

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