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Leading the Way (Formerly the Winning Summer) (#05 in Keystone Stables Series)

Paperback|Feb 2010
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The pinto has won trophies, but the real champion is the blind girl who rides him. Katie doesn't like horses---or so she says, until she meets Keystone Stables' champion barrel racer, Boomerang. Can a blind girl learn to ride a...


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The pinto has won trophies, but the real champion is the blind girl who rides him. Katie doesn't like horses---or so she says, until she meets Keystone Stables' champion barrel racer, Boomerang. Can a blind girl learn to ride a horse? With Skye's help, the answer is yes! It's a summer of exciting discoveries for Katie. But Skye, too, is learning a lesson about patience as she shares the struggles of her new special-needs friend. Being blind isn't easy, especially when Katie's parents are separated. Her anger at them and at God can make Katie hard to be around. Then Katie sets a very special goal for herself and Boomerang. Achieving it will take courage---but the prize could be greater than any blue ribbon.
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Marsha Hubler

Marsha Hubler is a homeschool consultant, evaluator, and educator specializing in elementary education and learning disabilities. She and her husband, Richard, were foster parents to countless children for more than eleven years. They live in Middleburg, Pennsylvania.