Humans are returning to the moon. This time, the plan is to stay a while. Learn more in this article, "To the Moon and Beyond", from the October 2007 edition of Scientific American.
When they moved out to the country after the divorce, Mom promised Kirsty a pony of her own. Then Lancelot practically drops in her lap, and Kirsty empties her money box to buy him. He's skinny and starved and only half trained for riding. But he's hers, all hers, and Kirsty is overwhelmed with joy. Because of Lancelot, Kirsty finds a new friend, Faye, whose grandmother, Lucy, runs a pony farm.
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