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This lively audiobook for young readers tells the story of spunky Ellie and her beloved "runaway" horse Pinto. In Dandi Daley Mackall’s "Night Mare”, disaster strikes when an adventure in blogging about her riding life pulls the spotlight too firmly onto Pinto - and his original owners come around to demand the return of their property! But Pinto isn’t just property...he’s Ellie’s friend. What’s a girl to do?

Casey Hollaway performs this bright, engaging work, her bright, perky voice injecting life into this fun audiobook about horses, friendship, and overcoming obstacles. Hollaway has seemingly endless stores of energy, and her pep keeps listeners rooting for Ellie all the way to the end of this action-packed tale!

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A class assignment - to blog - gets Ellie’s horse Dream noticed. Ellie and her family believed that the Pinto was a “runaway” horse without a home. But now the owners want him back. How will Ellie deal with losing her beloved backyard horse?

©2012 Dandi Daley Mackall (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • Stefanie Cappleman
  • 11-15-15

Amazing

I think this is a great book and all the series its a exciting story with a brilliant twist it's also educational because it tells you facts about horses and God 🐎