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Books featuring horses






Annie Wedekind
FICTION WEDEK

Jane Ryan has always dreamed of having her own horse—but so long as she gets to ride her favorite horse, Beau, at Sunny Acres farm, she’s content. When summer camp begins, Jane receives heartbreaking news about Beau. She’s losing him to a new owner. When her trainer asks her to help with a newcomer to the barn, Lancelot, she has no choice but to say yes. Lancelot is beautiful and talented, but he’s also wild and dangerous. Jane realizes that he needs her as much as she needs him.
K.M. Peyton
FICTION PEYTO

Tessa has major attitude and an impossible dream—not a great combination for success. But she believes that fate has delivered the ungainly horse Buffoon to her, and Tessa is determined never to be separated from him. What’s more, she intends to one day become a jockey and ride Buffoon in the Grand National.
Katherine Roberts
FICTION ROBER

From the moment they dare sit on his back, the fates of Alexander, 12-year-old heir to the Macedonian throne, and Charm, a kind stable girl, are bound to the battle-ready steed. When the boy becomes king, Bucephalus helps his young master transform into a conquering hero. In a hard-won, nearly blind blaze of glory, they gallop from Greece to the golden sands of Persia to the edge of the known world.
Diane L. Wilson
FICTION WILSO

Oyuna tells her granddaughter the story of how love for her horse enabled her to win a race and bring good luck to her family living in Mongolia in 1339.
Pam Munoz Ryan
FICTION RYAN

Maya moves to the vast Wyoming wilderness to live with her late mother’s family. They challenge her to confront the truth about who she is. And a mysterious mustang called Artemisia waits, too. She holds the key to Maya's freedom. But to find it, Maya will have to risk everything, including her life.
Miranda Kenneally
FICTION KENNE

Working at a fancy farm that trains horses for the Kentucky Derby, Savannah tries to deflect the attention of the owner's son as she pursues her dream of becoming a jockey.
Shelley Peterson
FICTION PETER

From the outside, 13-year-old Alberta — Bird — looks like a typical teenager. She spends her days attending school, riding horses, and helping out on the farm where she lives with her Aunt Hannah. But Bird is anything but typical. For one, she hears things that no one else hears, like the thoughts of the various animals she befriends. For another, she doesn't talk.
Ginny Rorby
FICTION RORBY

When her father returns from the Iraq War as an amputee with post-traumatic stress disorder, Hannah escapes by volunteering to work with rescued horses, never thinking that the abused horses could also help her father recover.
Philip Kerr
FICTION KERR

"Kalinka, a Ukrainian Jewish girl on the run from the Nazis, finds unlikely help from two rare Przewalski horses"--|cProvided by publisher.
Jessica Burkhart
FICTION BURKH

When residents of a small Wyoming town protest her developer father's plan to build a hotel on land used by mustangs for grazing, sixteen-year-old Brie, who enjoys the excitement of moving to a new place each year, finds herself falling for a young protester who rescues and rehabilitates mustangs.