Prize Problems by Janet Rising
  

Synopsis

Prize Problems by Janet Rising

When Bean wins a riding holiday for two, she asks Pia to go with her. Pia is delighted, even though it means leaving Drummer behind. But when they get to the riding centre, Pia is shocked to hear what the ponies have to say and wonders just what is in store for the next week ...

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About the Author

Born to an unhorsy background, Janet Rising was always determined to include horses in her life. She learnt to ride at the age of nine and, in her teens, spent every spare moment at the stables where she eventually worked full time. Her work with horses has included working at a donkey stud, producing show ponies and teaching both adults and children, with a special interest in helping nervous riders enjoy their sport, as well as training owners how to handle their horses and ponies from the ground. Always passionate about writing, Janet's first short story was published when she was 14, and for the past 10 years she has been editor of PONY, Britain's top-selling horsy teen magazine.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Janet Rising
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Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

3rd June 2010

ISBN

9780340988442


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