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Joey Klingerman is one of the most loving kids you could ever meet, but Skye would welcome a lot less of his affection. This is Joey's second summer at Keystone Stables, and the outgoing boy has latched onto Skye as his "girlfriend." Skye finds his attention embarrassing and frustrating. To add to the frustration, Joey won't stop pestering Skye to let him ride her horse, Champ. Skye won't even consider it. No one rides Champ but her. What does God want her to learn about loving others-including Joey? With the Snyder County Horse Show drawing near, Skye is about to find out.
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
Series: Keystone Stables
M.5 Stars Out Of 5October 31, 2009M.I personally LOVE these books!This series show that life isn't always a piece of cake. The books show how the love of Christ can change even the most stone hearted people.