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Painted Horse [and] Horse Care
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1. Painted horse. Stevie Lake is going on a class trip to New York City. Stevie can see herself hanging out in Greenwich Village, but her teacher thinks an eight-page paper is a much better idea. Well, Stevie has her own plans. She shakes her classmates and sets off to explore the Big Apple on her own. She ends up at the carousel in Central Park, which she loves. She meets lots of horses and people – including a mounted police officer. When Stevie’s class wanders into the park, they don’t have such a great adventure. Can Stevie and her new friends stop the school trip from turning into a disaster? 2. Horse care. When Lisa Atwood and her mother visit friends in a nearby town, Lisa doesn’t expect to have a good time. She doesn’t have a lot in common with Marguerite, the friend’s daughter, so it could be a long afternoon. But when Marguerite suggests that she and Lisa go riding, things start to look up. Marguerite’s horse is gorgeous, and she’s very pleased with it. In fact, she’s so pleased that she rides off and leaves Lisa on a strange trail. Lisa doesn’t mind too much – her horse is old but sweet natured and it’s a nice day. Then the mare stumbles, and Lisa is thrown. She can’t ride and she can’t walk. She’s alone with just the gorse for company. Can the horse care for Lisa and keep her safe until help arrives?
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