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Blue Pete and the Pinto By Luke Allan
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In this new Luke Allan story Blue Pete, that indomitable half-breed who works in his own fashion to uphold the law guarded by the red-coated Mounties, returns back over the Canadian border to the... More > vast wilderness of canyon and gulch that is the Badlands of Montana. He is trailing a bunch of horse-thieves who have cut into the herds of the Lazy M and on their furtive way back to the border have stolen Whiskers, Blue Pete’s celebrated pinto pony. It is war to the death, with Blue Pete’s old friend Sergeant Mahon of the Mounties doffing his red coat and following a trail that is blazed by the fury of the half-breed’s vengeance.< Less
The Indian's Pony By Susan Fadler
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The Indian's Pony is part of the RUFF curriculum Susan Fadler developed in the 1990s. It focuses on the plight of the Mustang. RUFF was organized to establish homes for unwanted neglected animals on... More > the Navajo Reservation. She began taking rescued animals into classrooms to help teach the children about animal behavior, care and health but soon found out using an animal helped extrapolate expressions of emotions which would otherwise be harbored or unexpressed by the child. It also incorporated self-esteem where all else had failed. Using a natural catalyst, puppies and kittens, to teach responsible behavior proved to be extremely effective. Teachers began requesting materials to help teach history, geography, culture, and language. The curriculum was nominated by teachers and administrators in 1996 and went on to win the 1st place Golden Bell award from the ASBA as the best new curriculum that year.< Less
Unforgettable Horses By Jeanne Yawman
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Trail along with the Author as she reflects on her best-loved horses over the years. Having spent a lifetime with horses, training young horses, and including horse rescues, her heart-warming, and... More > at times heart-rending stories brings awareness and insight to the reader on the care and treatment of these magnificent animals. A documentary of farm and country life, and a compassionate view for all horse-lovers.< Less
The Wisdom Walkers By Corina Roberts
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Mikki and Luz are on their way to meet each other for the first time. Their parents met by accident thirty years earlier on the eastern seaboard of the United States. Mikki is a native of the... More > Americas and Luz is from present-day France. Mikki has no family and a history of broken relationships. Luz has parents and a son but no husband. Both are respected, but thought of as oddities amongst their communities. And both are horsewomen. Mikki will travel across land with her companion, Pony, a well-known horse wrangler. Luz will make her voyage by sea, and bring along a selection of her own horses. Both women are concerned with an environment that they perceive as changing. But it is about to change more than they could ever imagine. They will be the last generation to walk the earth before the eruption of the Toba volcano radically alters the face of the planet, and forces the human race to the brink of extinction.< Less
The Wisdom Walkers By Corina Roberts
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Mikki and Luz are on their way to meet each other for the first time. Their parents met by accident thirty years earlier on the eastern seaboard of the United States. Mikki is a native of the... More > Americas and Luz is from present-day France. Mikki has no family and a history of broken relationships. Luz has parents and a son but no husband. Both are respected, but thought of as oddities amongst their communities. And both are horsewomen. Mikki will travel across land with her companion, Pony, a well-known horse wrangler. Luz will make her voyage by sea, and bring along a selection of her own horses. Both women are concerned with an environment that they perceive as changing. But it is about to change more than they could ever imagine. They will be the last generation to walk the earth before the eruption of the Toba volcano radically alters the face of the planet, and forces the human race to the brink of extinction.< Less
Apache Devil By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Here is a Burroughs thriller with a new background--that of the last Apache raids of Geronimo many years ago. But in this band was a white man who believed himself to be a full-blooded Apache. A... More > western of westerns, the story is written largely from the viewpoint of an Indian. The author has painted a vivid picture of times that are gone forever, against a background of desert and mountain wilderness in New Mexico, Arizona, Sonora and Chihuahua. Shoz-Dijiji, the Black bear; Gian-nah-tah, his friend; Nejeune, his pinto war pony and Wichita Billings, the white girl that he loved are virile characters in a virile story of hate and loyalty and love, of running fights, of massacre and torture.< Less
Blue Pete: Half Breed By Luke Allan
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Blue Pete was a half-breed from Montana. He moved to the Cypress Hills, near Medicine Hat, Alberta when things got to hot for him in the States. He had been a cattle rustler but once in Alberta he... More > was warned by a young Mountie that he would be quickly arrested and punished if he did not follow Canadian laws. Blue Pete and his pinto pony, Whiskers, could choose their employer on any of the ranches of the west; they were the best team available, knowledgeable and hard working. Blue Pete found a good friend in Corporal Mahon, his young Mountie friend. And Mahon had his problems with criminals in the area, leading to Blue Pete’s trials. This friendship, and Blue Pete’s adventures lasted for about 25 novels. Blue Pete: Half Breed is the first of those adventures.< Less