Riding Lessons #2: Saddles and Secrets
Second in this dreamy series by Pulitzer Prize winner Jane Smiley! There seem to be a lot of secrets in Ellen’s life these days. Secrets between friends. Secrets in her family. And she’s keeping a pretty big secret herself: the fact that she can talk to Ned the racehorse. Still, one thing that’s no secret is how much Ellen wants to start jumping. She can’t hide: she has to ride. But will the whopping secret her parents are keeping destroy her chances of riding at all?
- A memorable tale of horse riding and family secrets
- Powerful themes of growing up and accepting change
- Jane Smiley won the Pulitzer Prize for A Thousand Acres
- She also writes the popular Horses of Oak Valley books