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Mystery Silver Key Stables

Alexandra Joy Gritta

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ISBN 10: 143923017X / ISBN 13: 9781439230176
Usado Condición: Good Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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Título: Mystery Silver Key Stables


Encuadernación: Trade Paperback

Condición del libro:Good

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It is a rare delight to discover a novel as gripping in plot as it is meaningful in message. Such is the case with Mystery at Silver Key Stables, debut novel of extremely talented 13-year old Alexandra Joy Gritta. The heroine of this beautifully crafted mystery, young Kelly Normand, moves from Big Sky country to the rain-soaked state of Oregon. Isolated and lonely in a new school, struggling unsuccessfully to make friends, Kelly finds comfort and connection with the horses she finds at Silver Key Stables; bonding instantly with a gentle mare who seems to understand her loneliness. Kelly also develops a dangerous fascination with a wild black stallion living on an adjacent mustang reserve. When a complex chain of events pulls Kelly inadvertently into the dark, organized underworld of horse theft, the lives of many, horse and human alike, will never be the same again. For ages 8-16, this breakout novel has a humane message that is appropriate for any age. Proceeds to horse char ities.

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Alexandra Joy Gritta began writing her debut novel, Mystery at Silver Key Stables, when she was twelve years old. This thrilling mystery is charmingly written and beautifully illustrated, with a subtle but poignant appeal for the humane treatment of horses. It has been nominated for the prestigious 2009 ASPCA Henry Bergh Children’s Book Award, and has garnered massive support from equestrian organizations across the country. Book proceeds will be donated to charitable organizations that help rescue and provide safe habitats for horses. Please visit for more information.

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