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|Title: #2: On the Victory Trail|
By: Marsha Hubler
Number of Pages: 144
Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
|Weight: 5 ounces|
Series: Keystone Stables
Stock No: WW717935
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In the second book of the Keystone Stables series, perfect for girls who love horses and horse fiction, foster child Skye must face a new challenge with a friend from her past stays at the ranch Skye now calls home, threatening her new life and the horses she holds dear.
Skye Nicholson used to be a lot like her past friend Sooze: loud, angry, and willing to do anything to prove she didnt need anyone. But after coming to Keystone Stables and realizing she is worth being loved, Skyes life has changed. Now she would do anything to stay at the stables and around her beloved horses. But while the girls start training for an upcoming horse show, Sooze decides to sneak off with a hard-to-control Tennessee walking horse named Stormy, and disaster strikessoon, Skye is questioning everything shes started to believe about herself, including her newfound faith.
On the Victory Trail:
- is written by an author who has firsthand experience with horses and foster care
- explores the effects of cancer on friends and family
- is a contemporary and realistic plot, with an inspirational Christian message
- contains extensive back matter on different horse breeds, how to care for them, and horsemanship, as well as facts, diagrams, and a glossary of horse terms so girls can better know their favorite animal
Author: Marsha Hubler
Located in: Middleburg, PA
Submitted: October 29, 2010
Tell us a little about yourself. When I'm not writing, editing other authors' work, or doing homeschool evaluations, I like to spend time playing Scrabble online, reading the Bible and Christian books, watching Fox News, and walking my dogs. I also play the organ in our church and write the narration for the Christmas program in church every year.
What was your motivation behind this project? I've always loved horses and kids. With so many years' experience with both, I thought I could pull together some really exciting stories that were based on fact. It looks like it worked! The motivation was to share the love of Christ with kids.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? I pray that readers will either accept Christ as their Savior or they'll determine to serve the Lord more faithfully in their daily walk with Him.
How were you personally impacted by working on this project? It's hypocritical to say one thing and do another. I determined to walk closer to the Lord and serve Him more faithfully, too.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? My greatest influence is the Lord Jesus Christ. I also lean on His Word each day for guidance and encouragement. Other sources of inspiration are other Christian writers and my church family.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: Psalm 37:4 "Delight thyself also in the Lord; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart." Psalm 37:5 "Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass."
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