The One Dollar Horse: Book 1 - The One Dollar Horse 1 (Paperback)
  • The One Dollar Horse: Book 1 - The One Dollar Horse 1 (Paperback)

The One Dollar Horse: Book 1 - The One Dollar Horse 1 (Paperback)

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A thriller set in the equestrian world about making the impossible possible, about reaching the top on a one dollar horse. Fifteen year old Casey Blue lives in East London's grimmest tower block and volunteers at a local riding school, but her dream is to win the world's greatest Three Day Event: the Badminton Horse Trials. When she rescues a starving, half-wild horse, she's convinced that the impossible can be made possible. But she has reckoned without the consequences of her father's criminal record, or the distraction of a boy with melty, dark eyes, with whom she refuses to fall in love. Casey learns the hard way that no matter how high you jump, or how fast you gallop, you can never outrun the past. A real life thriller that delves into the competitive and elite equestrian world from the 2011 BLUE PETER BOOK OF THE YEAR award-winning author.

Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
ISBN: 9781444006360

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“The One Dollar Horse”

This book is a gorgeous example of how beautiful young adult writing can be. The relationships that Lauren St John creates between the characters, both human and animal kind are heart warming and wonderfully written.... More

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25th February 2013
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“Not just for horse fans...”

Lauren St. John is one of my favourite authors, and I loved the White Giraffe series, but I'm not a huge fan of horse stories. Despite this, I absolutely loved this book! Lauren St. John's writing is... More

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13th February 2013
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“Review by Jennifer Sharp”

Mrs Smith was my favourite character because I liked how she kept it a secret that she was cassy's benefactor. I think cassy deserved to win the badminton. Good book!

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1st January 2012
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