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eBook Close Call (Thoroughbred Series #41) ePub

by Joanna Campbell

  • ISBN: 0061066354
  • Category: Animals
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Joanna Campbell
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (May 30, 2000)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1221 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1370 kb
  • Other: lrf mbr lrf rtf
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 386

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Book 41 of 72 in the Thoroughbred Series. Close Call is a sports book for kids of both sexes. The teams are pretty evenly co-ed and there is a balanced mixture of baseball action and interpersonal relationships

Book 41 of 72 in the Thoroughbred Series. The teams are pretty evenly co-ed and there is a balanced mixture of baseball action and interpersonal relationships. Much of the exposition unfolds in dialog and some of the chapters seem a bit too short and break off in the middle of a scene.

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THOROUGHBRED horse CLOSE CALL Joanna Campbell CHRISTINA REESE PARKER Lyssa.

Thoroughbred is a series of young-adult novels that revolves around Kentucky Thoroughbred racing and equestrianism.

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The last book i read ended with Ben (I think his name was?) proposing to Cindy. I stopped, but in the middle of the series

The last book i read ended with Ben (I think his name was?) proposing to Cindy. I stopped, but in the middle of the series. The last book i read ended with Ben (I think his name was?) proposing to Cindy. Just curious, as it has been years, and I never found out, did she say yes? what happened?

Parker's Olympic dream is at risk...Parker Townsend and Christina Reese haven't seen much of each other lately. Parker is competing in the Olympic trials in combined training and Christina is racing Thoroughbreds. When Parker meets Lyssa Hynde, things only get worse.

Lyssa, the daughter of a Montana rancher who rides her horse without a bit, has been winning everything and is fast becoming a celebrity. Christina instantly befriends Lyssa, eager to learn all her tricks. Parker's jealous of Lyssa, and it's affecting his riding. Will Parker let Lyssa ruin his shot at the Olympics?

Comments

Boyn Boyn
I can not weight to read the book.
Dorizius Dorizius
The book came in excellent condition and I'm happy with it.
Raelin Raelin
This book was awsome! My mom and I read these books together all the time. It is a good book for all ages because it is easy to understand and there are not many hard words. These books inspire me to try new things when I am riding my horse. This book is about two teenagers who are in love, and they are big horseback riders. Cristina races horses and Parker does cross-country. When Parker was at an event with his horse Foxglove, he met a strang girl named Lyssa. She was riding a big gray horse, and she just went over a 3'6" oxer, a huge double jump. She was nice to Parker but when everybody at his farm started using her weird methods, he became very cross with her. Will Parker ever be friends with Lyssa? I think the author wants you to learn that everybody is different and that just because you have a different way of riding your horse that does not mean you can't be friends. I think the kind of reader that would enjoy this book is someone that love horses and enjoys reading about horses. I think this is a very good book to choose to read, because it is full of life, funny and never boring. Cristana is the girlfriend of Parker, and owner of Star (her horse.) and daughter of the famous jockey Ashley. Parker, is the boyfriend of Cristana, a great cross-country rider, owner of Foxglove (his horse.) Lyssa is an awsome cross-country rider, and owner of Blue (her horse.) This author has written all of the books in the seires, and trust me, there are a lot of books. I think that this book is different from other books because it is written in all the character's perspectives which shows everyone's point of veiw. It is not only a horse book it is also about the lives of teenagers and the problems they go threw. This author is very creative especially her great opening lines!!!!
you secret you secret
I absolutely LOVE the Thoroughbred series, and now I buy every single one that comes out. Sometimes it seems that the ideas for the stories get used again, but there is always something new at Whitebrook.
I liked how Christina used to be into racing, because it kept the series fresh and made you want to read the next one. However, I don't think she should become a jockey. Hello? She's too tall. In #28 they describe her as taller than Ashleigh, and Ashleigh is 5'3", making Chris a pretty tall jockey.
So this book was nice to take a breather from racing and see what else Thoroughbreds can do. Foxy is great, and so is Parker, but Christina needs to get a grip. Parker is under stress, and she is not listening to him. Then she gets mad because he is worried about the event and not her for two seconds.
The bad thing about this book is that you don't find out if he makes the Olympic team or not. Uhhh, isn't that what this book is supposed to be about?
We can only hope Christina comes to her senses and starts eventing again before I die of boredom over the same plotlines used over and over.
Naktilar Naktilar
ok i already wrote a review for this book and it was awesome but i like racing better. anyway what i really wanted to say who cares about cindy. i liked most of the books about her but she is my least fav character. she won the dubai in like her third race. she got to ride champion too and no she had to be a brat to ashleigh just because she was practicaly afraid asheigh might beat her. i personaly think they wrote way to many books about that snob. the books about her were good but i just dont see in like a couple years she can go from someone who doesn't know any thing about horses to help train and ride high-strung thoroughbreds . then she gets to ride in the dubai as a jockey. i mean come on. i like the newer books better their not as corny. mel and chris are my fav and i don't think people should be calling chris a snob. compare her to cindy and i would say she's a wonderful person. anyway i know all these people r probably mad at me for dising cindy but go look at the reviews for arabian challenge and you will see people agree. p.s newer books rule and the ones about ashleigh and sam rock too.
Jugore Jugore
Something seems to be bothering Jenny. Baseball has always been an escape for her and her eleven-year-old friends. All of a sudden, Jenny begins acting strangely, picking fights and arguing over close calls. Then there was the problem with the big kids, led by Jenny's stepbrother Billy, who chased them off the ball field by throwing rocks at them.
Jenny's friends are determined to find out what is wrong so they can keep their after school games going. It just so happens that they learn about compassion and prejudice at the same time.
Close Call is a sports book for kids of both sexes. The teams are pretty evenly co-ed and there is a balanced mixture of baseball action and interpersonal relationships.
Much of the exposition unfolds in dialog and some of the chapters seem a bit too short and break off in the middle of a scene. It's a little choppy, but this might work to the advantage of reluctant readers who need to take a break.
Kashicage Kashicage
I actually thought this book was pretty good---excepting themistakes, it's a nice story---.
I used to love these books a tonwhen I was like seven, but I grew out of that and began to get involved in horse racing ...real horse racing...where you DON'T win the Kentucky Derby/Triple Crown/Breeder's Cup EVERY year with a horse an all its sons, grandsons, and great grandsons. I mean, there were good producers and are good producers, but I have yet to see horses like that!
Well, that's beside the point... I thought the writing in this book was very good, even if it wasn't about racing and there were mistakes. The author really knows how to tweak your emotions and I hope they use her more! Although the back of the book was a little far fetched, I thought Lyssa was cool and that the characters were very real, especially Foxy, and usually the horses don't have much a personality. I can't wait for more good writing for the TB books!