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But with all the stress at school (the Big Four have turned against Abby and her friends) and at home (her brother Danny is gone - for good, it seems - and now Daddy won't speak his name), Abby seeks refuge with the Georges and the Jewels.
You said I could." She said, "I know, but the writers don't want you to." I go, "Then what am I here for?
" She didn't want me to do anything-just play it totally straight.
Abby shoves them out of sight, but she can't ignore Blue's own spookiness—he leaps and shies away from things no one else can see.
Soon Abby is convinced that she, too, sees a ghost woman riding him.
Ellen’s age—9—isn’t revealed until about halfway through, and before that readers might think she’s older; her voice feels more an adult’s version of a child’s voice than authentically childlike.
Her chattiness and distractibility are told about instead of shown, and when Ellen’s teacher asks her to focus more in class and follow directions, she instantly becomes a model student.
When eighth grader Abby Lovitt looks out at those pure-gold rolling hills, she knows there’s no place she’d rather be than her family’s ranch—even with all the hard work of tending to nine horses.
But some chores are no work at all, like grooming young Jack.
She calls him the Grumpy George.'Jane Smiley's passion for horses shines out of every page.' - Meg Rossoff 'A lyrical meditation on horses, families, and the vicissitudes of peer relationships among girls.' - 'I have never admired [Smiley's] writing as much as I do in the first of what promises to be a series of books for easily take its place on the shelf along with the great horse stories of childhood.' - Jane Smiley was born in Los Angeles and grew up in St Louis, Missouri.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating