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Touch of Gold
By author: Vivien Gorham
Selling Points: horses, animals, barns, horseback riding, ponies, fitting in, moving, divorce, new friends
Publisher: Nimbus Publishing
Pub Date: Feb/01/2016
Pages: 224
Fiction Ages 8-12
Price:  $12.95
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When thirteen-year-old Jamie's parents divorce, she and her mother move to a small town. Jamie doesn't have any friends, and isn't sure she’ll ever make any, when she comes across a neglected-looking horse in a field: a palomino she names Peach.

After befriending Peach's owner, Jamie learns that her newfound friend is being sold to a horse trainer at nearby Tamarack Stables. Jamie offers to do chores around the barn and becomes enchanted with the world of competitive horseback riding.

She makes a few friends, but she still isn't sure if she fits in. If only she could ride Peach herself...



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