Item description for All the King's Horses (Mackall, Dandi Daley. Horsefeathers.) by Dandi Daley Mackall...
Overview One month before sophomore year begins, Scoop volunteers to work with some newly donated horses at the Horsefeathers Stable.
Publishers Description Sarah "Scoop" Coop's life revolves around her horse, Orphan, and the stability of the family stable business. Scoop learns major coming-of-age lessons as she learns to rely on God.
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Studio: Concordia Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.89" Width: 4.15" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Release Date Mar 14, 2001
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
Grade Level Middle School
Series Number 8
ISBN 0570071291 ISBN13 9780570071297
Availability 0 units.
More About Dandi Daley Mackall
Award-winning author Dandi Daley Mackall has written more than 400 books for children and about 25 for grown-ups (over 4 million copies sold in 22 countries). She's a national speaker and has made dozens of television appearances, including ABC, NBC, and CBS. Dandi lives in rural Ohio, where she enjoys her family, including horses, dogs, cats, and a changing array of outdoor creatures.
Dandi Daley Mackall currently resides in West Salem, in the state of Ohio.
Dandi Daley Mackall has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about All the King's Horses (Mackall, Dandi Daley. Horsefeathers.)?
THIS IS THE BEST! ALL OF THEM ARE! Mar 25, 2005
HorseFeathers are the BEST BOOKS EVER! Of course MUCH better then Heartland i find those books...well.. rather BORING! i just skip skip skip end of book! Boring, but as i say everyone has a diffrent taste in everything.But these books! WOW a book you would never put DOWN! Love em' love em ALL!
Very good, but I expected better Mar 6, 2005
Good book.This book has very good morals.I wrote a review for 'Home is where your horse is',and I accidentally said that I wanted a 'romantic ending' with Scoop and Travis,and I completely forgot that 'Home is where your horse is',wasn't the last book in the series.Now having said that,I meant to say that I wanted a 'romantic ending' with Scoop and Travis in this book.An-y-way,this is a good book,but it's not my favorite in the series. But,as always,like all the other books in the series,this book has very good christian morals to it.And that is probably one of the main reasons I like this series so much,is that in every single book there is a good message. I know this is off the subject,but here is some other AAAWWSSOOMMEE christian books;Arena,by Karen Hancock,Hangmans Curse,by Frank Peretti,and Nightmare Academy,also by Frank Peretti. Anyways,getting back to subject here,this is a well written and very good book with awesome christian morals,but like I said before,it's not my favorite book in the series.
King's Camp Aug 17, 2001
I think this Horsefeathers book was preety good. Summer is almost over. When Scoop back to school her teacher will ask her what she has done during summer vacation. Scoop doesn't want the summer to end until she has done something. While going with her Aunt Dotty to pick up her brother BC from King's Camp she finds something she can do. King's Camp is getting four horses. The horses aren't ready to be ridden ans their isn't anyone to teach the kids how to ride. So Scoop boards the horses at Horsefeathers and teaches the kids how to ride. She has lots of problems first no one wants to ride, then all her friends quit helping her and she gets hurt. If King's Camp doesn't want the horses they will go to the slaughter house. Scoop has to get King's Camp to kepp the horses.