Author: Chris St.John
Publisher: Bantam Books (Transworld Publishers a division of the Random House Group) (December 7, 1990)
Subcategory: Young Adults
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The Main Event - (Blue Ribbon, No 6).
The Main Event - (Blue Ribbon, No 6). Chris St. John. Kate's Challenge: ( (Blue Ribbon, No 3).
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Dara's brother calls her the golden girl because everything she touches turns. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Golden Girl (Blue Ribbon, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Blue Ribbon Books established the Halcyon House imprint for higher price reprints.
Blue Ribbon Books was established in 1930 by a consortium of publishers (Dodd & Mead, Harcourt & Brace, Harper, and Little Brown) as a reprint publisher to compete with Grosset & Dunlap. Titles were drawn from the back catalog of the publishers involved in the enterprise. Blue Ribbon Books established the Halcyon House imprint for higher price reprints. The manager of Blue Ribbon Books was Eugene Reynal, who established the firm Reynal & Hitchcock in 1933 and purchased Blue Ribbon Books the same year. In 1937 reprint publisher . Burt and its series (Burt’s Home Library) were.
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Blue Ribbon Comics is the name of two American comic book anthology series, the first published by the Archie Comics predecessor MLJ Magazines In. commonly known as MLJ Comics. commonly known as MLJ Comics, during the 1930s and 1940s period known as the Golden Age of Comic Books, and the second published in the 1980s by Archie Comics under the Red Circle and Archie Adventure Series banners. Blue Ribbon Comics was also the title of an unrelated six-issue comic book series published in 1948–1949 by St. John Publications.
In the first book of the Blue Ribbon series, readers meet 16-year-old Kate Wiley. Riding and training her horse, Night Owl, is the most important thing in Kate's life; coached by her mother, a former riding champion, Kate is one of the best young riders in Connecticut. However, as the new riding season approaches, her confidence wavers.
A Blue Ribbon fishery is a designation made in the United States by government and other authorities to identify recreational fisheries of extremely high quality. Official Blue Ribbon status is generally based on a set of established criteria which typically addresses the following elements: Water quality and quantity: A body of water, warm or cold, flowing or flat, will be considered for Blue Ribbon status if it has sufficient water quality and quantity to sustain a viable fishery.