Penalty Points (Pine Hollow No. 7). Bonnie Bryant. These books are going nowhere fast. Bryant needs to rethink her plot line soon, and resolve a lot of these plots, or else she will be left with a bunch of tired plots, overacting characters, and no readers.
Penalty Points (Pine Hollow No. The Long Ride (Pine Hollow, Book 1). Riding to Win (Pine Hollow No. 9) (Pine Hollow(TM)).
Shying at Trouble book. Bonnie Bryant wrote at least 38 The Saddle Club books and 2 Pine Hollow books herself; after that they were taken over by a team of ghostwriters, a common practice in long-running children's book series.
Bonnie Bryant is the author of over one hundred forty books about horses, including the Saddle Club series and its spinoffs, the Pony Tails series and the Pine Hollow series. Bryant did not know very much about horses before writing the first Saddle Club book in 1986, so she found herself learning right along with the characters she created. She has also written novels and movie novelizations under her married name, Bonnie Bryant Hiller. Bryant was born and raised in New York City, where she still lives today.
Carole is spending all of her time at Pine Hollow Stables and is neglecting her friends and even her secret crush, Ben Marlow. And Stevie is busy with her boyfriend, Phil, trying to stop his best friend, . from making a horrible mistake. As secrets threaten to shatter old and new relationships, will Lisa, Carole, and Stevie be able to go back to the way things were?
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When she spends her Saturday night like that, it’s no wonder she needs a little cheering up now and then.
carousel previous carousel next. Max Regnery, the owner of Pine Hollow, had suddenly declared Prancer off-limits without explaining why. Lisa had wondered and worried about the mare for weeks before finally, accidentally, finding out the truth: Prancer was pregnant with twins, an unusual and sometimes risky situation for a horse. As if that surprise hadn’t been bad enough, Max’s revelation had been accompanied by the even more surprising fact that one of Lisa’s best friends had known about it all along. When she spends her Saturday night like that, it’s no wonder she needs a little cheering up now and then.
When Mrs. Reg, the manager of Pine Hollow Stables, goes away for a few days, The Saddle Club is determined to pitch in and keep things running smoothly.
When one of Pine Hollow's students makes a terrible mistake, causing a tragic accident, Carole is done with riding forever. Unless Stevie and Lisa can remind her what friendship and the Saddle Club are all about. When Mrs. right? Wrong! instead it seems that every time the girls try to help, disaster quickly follows.
Pine Hollow, Book Seven. She also had a little trouble believing it. Lisa had fallen in love with Prancer, a former racehorse, when the mare had first come to Pine Hollow Stables years before. My special thanks to Catherine Hapka for her help in the writing of this book. Since then she had rarely ridden another horse-at least until a few months earlier, when she had left her home in Willow Creek, Virginia, to spend the summer with her father in California. When she’d returned just before the start of her senior year, everything had changed. Prancer had been bred with the Pine hollow stallion, Geronimo, and was pregnant-with twins, no less.
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