Abby’s Pony Love, new middle grade fiction by Susan Count
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Abby’s Pony Love
When a girl falls in pony-love, she wants it to be forever.
Desperate to be near horses, a hopeful girl with no horse experience begs for a job at a stable. Then she falls in love with a beautiful but mischievous pony, only to have it bought by another family.
Abby’s heart aches when her barn job becomes helping the new owner learn to ride the best pony ever. Can her faithful heart let go of what never belonged to her?
Abby’s Pony Love
Hastings Creations Group (September 19, 2022)
Middle-Grade Ages 8-12
Print length : 113 pages
Digital ASIN : B0B7VXQSX5
To purchase Abby’s Pony Love, click the following link: Amazon
Review — Abby’s Pony Love
Little girls love horses and Abby is no exception. Unlike the wealthy kids at the nearby stables, with parents who can buy them ponies and pay for lessons, Abby has to pursue her love of horses on her own. Abby’s parents my not have the means to buy her a horse, but they do support her in other ways, allowing her to take on a job at the local stables. But once there, Abby falls in love with someone else’s horse, and working around these beautiful animals is no longer enough.
Secretly naming the palomino mare Glory, Abby overlooks all the pony’s antics, of which there are many, believing her to be the most amazing horse in the world. Something every little girl needs, and every horse should have.
Unfortunately, life at the barn isn’t simple. If Glory (named Starlet by her owner) doesn’t behave, she may have to move to another stables. Or worse yet, the real owner may decide she’s too much trouble, and sell her to someone else. Someone who will take Glory far away where Abby will never see her again.
Abby desperately searches for a solution. She wants nothing else in life but to make Glory her own. But how can she possibly earn enough money to buy her dream horse? And what should she do about Glory’s owner? A girl she wants to see fail, and yet needs at the same time.
A sweet tale about a girl’s love for horses, working hard to achieve a goal, and finding solutions to difficult problems, Abby’s Pony Love is a terrific read. It’s perfect for young girls who understand the dream of being owned by a horse, and parents who remember what it feels like to want something with their whole heart.
My golden boy Jasper approves.
Susan Count — Author of Abby’s Pony Love
Susan Count writes for the joy and entertainment of young readers. She is a best-selling, award-winning author of the Dream Horse Adventures Series, Dream Pony Riders Series, and Texas Boys Adventures.
She prefers to create stories in a quiet zone. Out her window, her mind wanders through the forest and keeps her in a grateful, contented state of being. She writes at a fabulous antique desk that has secret compartments filled with memories, mysteries, and story ideas.
As a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and American Christian Fiction Writers, Susan takes studying the craft of writing seriously.
Susan confesses to being overly fond of brownies and horseback riding on forest trails. She is a lifelong equestrian and is owned by a Rocky Mountain Horse.
Learn more about Susan, visit her on her website, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
She also loves to hear from readers, email: email@example.com
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