The Lost Pony of Riverdale

The Lost Pony of Riverdale once I started reading it I honestly couldn t stop Each chapter was thrilling and left you wanting review Poppy McKeever is reluctant to move to an old cottage on Dartmoor until she discovers that h

  • Title: The Lost Pony of Riverdale
  • Author: Amanda Wills
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • once I started reading it I honestly couldn t stop Each chapter was thrilling and left you wanting 5 review Poppy McKeever is reluctant to move to an old cottage on Dartmoor until she discovers that her new home comes complete with its own pony But life at Riverdale is not as straight forward as it seems, especially when Poppy spies a flash of white once I started reading it I honestly couldn t stop Each chapter was thrilling and left you wanting 5 review Poppy McKeever is reluctant to move to an old cottage on Dartmoor until she discovers that her new home comes complete with its own pony But life at Riverdale is not as straight forward as it seems, especially when Poppy spies a flash of white in the woods next to the cottage Her stepmother Caroline is acting strangely and her adrenalin junkie brother Charlie is on the hunt for big cats But will Charlie s obsession drive the two children into dangerous territory And when Poppy is faced with a terrible dilemma to save her brother or the pony she has always longed for who will she choose The Lost Pony of Riverdale is an equestrian adventure book about friendship, ponies and horse riding.

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    1. A romp of a read! Excitement & adventure abound. Imaginative writing will have any pony mad girl hooked (& quite a few grown up girls as well). I look forward to the sequel.

    2. I thought this book was slightly cheesy and not exactly based in real life. Here are some of the reasons why:1. A little boy would NOT go out into pouring rain and extremely bad weather to find a big cat. Some boys like big cats. Some are in love with them, I'm sure. But I'm pretty certain no person in their right mind would walk out into that type of weather.2. The whole thing about Cloud is kindaI don't know. Hard to believe. I guess the author could have made it a little more understandable. [...]

    3. This cute little story brought me back to my childhood when all I wanted to read were stories about horses. This one had it all: a pony in danger, a child who is unsure of the love of her stepmother, a beautiful English countryside and of course like all middle grade book should have, a wonderful ending.Highly recommend for MG and horse lovers.

    4. 4,25 stars - Kindle ebook - I have dyslexia-But eleven year old Poppy knew from bitter experience how someone life could turned upside down in a heartbeat. - Lovely childrensbook for Ponylovers. Poppy had a hard start in life. Her mum died in an accident and she Blames herself. And then her father remarried and had a son, and on top of that the move cross country out of London to the Dartmoor countryside! The last thing of her mother, the house in London is taken from Poppy. But in the new hous [...]

    5. BrilliantThe story stricksyou in and it's like you are in the middle of it all . I recamend it to all animal lovers

    6. The Lost Pony of Riverdale was a fantastic book--it had complex and interesting characters, suspense, real life problems many readers could relate to and the author knows her ponies. It was a quick read and though it is aimed at a younger audience, I thoroughly enjoyed the plot. Looking forward to reading what adventures Poppy and Cloud have next! Would highly recommend this book and this author for all horse lovers.

    7. Excellent!I highly recommend this book for youngsters. It is engaging with interesting, engaging, and realistic children. The plot is engrossing, with emotion, events, and people interaction. A good read!

    8. Good bookThis book is sure to be a pleasure to any young girl who loves ponies and mysteries. It has lots of adventure and the writing is wonderful. You feel as if you are right there with poppy.

    9. Echt schönes Buch, aber mehr für jüngere Kids. Als Geschenk für 9-12 Jahre zum Englisch verbessern perfekt.

    10. I love this bookAmanda's writing has really inspired me to start riding horses. So now I have my own pony named Snowflake. And we go riding on a trail every Monday and Thursday.

    11. GoodGood book that keeps you hooked from changing the point of view of different character. Would recommended it for young children

    12. A girl and their equine BBF, match made in heaven.Such a sweet "tail" about the hard stages of youth when girls are "horse crazy". As the heroine deals with the death of her mother and her father's absence for work she befriends a horse with a rough past who may just be the perfect healing they both need. Good story line, likeable characters, perfect reading for anyone who believes in the power of love.

    13. Love this bookd I'm a horse lover.I chose this rating I love ponys and horses and I love this book.It says above why I chose the rating.Iwhould like you to make a book about a horse family be separated and being together again

    14. Every girls dreamLoved reading this it's every girl's dream to have a grey pony, but this story also dealt with real family issues good read.

    15. Addictive!This is great book! Had to close out of it!!! IBT you will feel the AME way!! Red this book!!! ☺🐴

    16. Best pony story I've read in a while!I really enjoyed this book and look forward to getting my teeth into this series! Amanda Wills is a great writer ☺

    17. Another sweet story. This is supposed to be for kids but I cried. ^^; Tender, fun and surprising. And horses!

    18. This is an intelligently and well-written modern pony book, suitable for boys, girls and grown ups alike. It contains high drama and great humour and doesn't pull any punches in describing real and sometimes uncomfortable emotions and events.The heroine, Poppy McCreever is a complex but likeable character and her interactions with her family and friends are well depicted and sometimes painfully and accurately observant. This book reminds me very much of great pony stories such as Phantom Horse, [...]

    19. According to this book is aimed at 9-12 year olds so at 22 I'm well outside the target age range but I loved the story and although it was a quick read it didn't feel childish. It reminded me of the pony stories I loved as a child, but the unlike many of them there are plenty of events that aren't connected to ponies at all and I found them just as engaging as the pony parts.Poppy's little brother Charlie sometimes sounds a little older than six, but the characters are all well drawn and realis [...]

    20. Great bookIf you want to read this book, just know that there is a lot of white blurs. This book is a book about a girl who has to leave her city home where her mother died to live in the countryside with her father, stepmother, and her stepmother. There is a beautiful white horse and the girl wants to see it. Later, she learns the truth about the horse, and when she realizes all the pain the horse has gone through, she wants to keep him as her own. And finally, her wish comes true. I'm telling [...]

    21. Very Good Horse StoryFor a young girl who loves horses, this is a very nice story. The references to death and serious portions would have disturbed me as a little girl of ten or eleven, but maybe that's not the case for younger readers nowadaysjust warning you. The horse and horse show details were very specific. The plot and characters were very well done. I predicted what would happen but it was still enjoyable reading, and the end was very satisfying. There was no cliffhanger, which I apprec [...]

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