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Made That Way by Susan Ketchen
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Made That Way

by Susan Ketchen

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In this stand-alone sequel to Born That Way, the dauntless Sylvia continues to explore the ebb and flow of herd dynamics, whether they arise in family life, schoolyard politics or the paddocks of Kansas's stable. Sylvia learns more about the treatment options for her genetic condition of Turner Syndrome which would otherwise leave her 14-year-old self trapped in the body of an 8-year-old. And though her quest for a horse of her own is finally answered, the horse is not what she expected, in more ways than one, so misadventures Sylvia-style continue to unfold.

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Fourteen-year-old Sylvia's misadventures continue as she learns more about the treatment options for her Turner Syndrome, finally gets her horse, and explores the ebb and flow of herd dynamics, whether they arise in family life, schoolyard politics, or the paddocks.… (more)

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