[Reading] ➺ Afraid to Ride ➰ C.W. Anderson – Marjoriejane.co.uk

Afraid to Ride chapter 1 Afraid to Ride , meaning Afraid to Ride , genre Afraid to Ride , book cover Afraid to Ride , flies Afraid to Ride , Afraid to Ride 31f159fde894b Fearful Of Riding A Horse After A Fall Which Broke Her Leg, Judy S Interest In Horses Is Renewed By Mr Jeffers Who Has Her Help Him Rehabilitate A Mishandled Horse Judy S Work With The Horse Brings Them Both Glory When They Win The Challenge Hunt Cup At The Country Club.


10 thoughts on “Afraid to Ride

  1. says:

    C.W Anderson s books might look like picture books, but they can be enjoyed by older readers I liked how his books areabout working with horses, although most of his main characters are unusually gifted riders The illustrations are really beautiful.


  2. says:

    When I was younger I went through a horse phase and this was one book that I had come across Even as I am older this book has stuck in my mind and its message is just as inspiring as it was when I was younger and maybe evenso since I can understand the whole context of the story This is a vintage book and so I know that not many would be attracted by its story due to its outdated characters Otherwise the story is simple to follow, easy to read and even easier to enjoy while touching When I was younger I went through a horse phase and this was one book that I had come across Even as I am older this book has stuck in my mind and its message is just as inspiring as it was when I was younger and maybe evenso since I can understand the whole context of the story This is a vintage book and so I know that not many would be attracted by its story due to its outdated...


  3. says:

    A lovely story about a girl and a horse recuperating together Beautiful charcoal illustrations by the author artist who obviously loved horses very much.


  4. says:

    I m going to have to say this is the best book Anderson write in my opinion, and I ve read many But anyway, this is the plot summary Judy fall off a horse, she meets another horse and then they win some cross country club competition boy, that s a mouthful together The end.


  5. says:

    One of those books I read to rags as a kid and still love.A girl and a horse are both in need of therapy with no riding after bad experiences on the course I loved the characters in this book, they were true horsemen...


  6. says:

    Judy, who once lived for horses, has been ruined by a terrible riding accident She s lost her nerve and sees no way to regain it Her riding instructor, Mr Jeffers, takes it upon himself to help Matching Judy up with Fair Lady, a horse who has also lost her way through poor treatment and a bad owner, he leaves them to the peace and quiet of long walks in the forest and hours of grazing in empty fields As Fair Lady begins to return to her former glory, Judy allows herself to look to the futur Judy, who once lived for horses, has been ruined by a terrible riding accident She s lost her nerve and sees no way to regain it Her riding instructor, Mr Jeffers, takes it upon himself to help Matching Judy up with Fair Lady, a horse who has also lost he...


  7. says:

    Cute little story about facing fears for both horse and rider The illustrations are Anderson s usual lovely images but his chestnut mare looks remarkably like Secretariat This was published many years before Secretariat was foaled.


  8. says:

    This was the only American pony book other than the Marguerite Henry books that I had access to for a long time, but absolutely loved it.


  9. says:

    This was my very favorite horse book when I was a horsy kid Loved it, and loved C.W Anderson s beautiful drawings.


  10. says:

    a great if the horse bucks you off get right back on story for the young.


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