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Dream Riders: Storm
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Laura Bloom Jesse Blackadder
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Dream Riders: Storm

Laura Bloom Jesse Blackadder


9781760650537

Walker Books


Children's & Educational;
General fiction (Children's&YA)


Paperback

208 pages

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Without a saddle or bridle, all that's left is the truth. Dream Riders is an exciting new middle-grade series about horses, friendship and being true to yourself.

Living in a remote reach of The Pocket, twelve-year-old Storm is a hippy home-schooler Medievalist who knows almost nothing about the modern world. After taking out the archery prize at the local show, Storm spots the horse of her dreams, Morning Mist, on the jousting field. Inspired by Frankie's demonstration of natural horsemanship, the headstrong Storm immediately decides to join the Dream Riders and buy Morning Mist with her prize money. But she's told to forget it in no uncertain terms by the owner, Margery, a crotchety widower and champion marmalade-maker who has no time for hippies. As Storm begins learning natural horsemanship with the Dream Riders her extraordinary talent becomes clear. She could ride just about any horse - but she's not prepared to give up on Morning Mist.

By:   Laura Bloom, Jesse Blackadder
Imprint:   Walker Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 200mm,  Width: 130mm, 
Weight:   175g
ISBN:   9781760650537
ISBN 10:   1760650536
Pages:   208
Publication Date:   September 2019
Recommended Age:   From 8 to 12 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Laura Bloom grew up in Sydney, reading constantly and dreaming of becoming a writer. Now she lives in a small country town with her family and lots of animals, writing novels for children and adults. Her books have been short-listed for awards and sold in many countries. Her latest novel for young readers, Mika and Max - about a girl who meets a boy who makes her see everything differently - is also published by Walker. Jesse Blackadder was a horse-mad city kid who wanted to be a vet, postered her bedroom with horses and crowded her dressing table with prancing plastic ponies. She became a horse owner when she moved to the country as an adult. Jesse has won several literary awards and published novels for adults and children, including Paruku The Desert Brumby.

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