Item description for Home Is Where Your Horse Is (Horsefeathers) by Dandi Daley Mackall...
Overview Sarah "Scoop" Coop befriends Twila Twopennies, the owner of a mare and foal Scoop helped deliver one snowbound morning a few months before. Twila admires Scoop's natural abilities with horses and invites her to help at her ranch. Scoop's friends see some amazing similarities between Twila and Scoop: they look almost alike and have strangely similar interests and tastes. Scoop also learns that Twila had been married a long time ago. Is it possible that Twila could be Scoop's birth mother? As she struggles with the possibilities of what the truth may be, Scoop learns that her real home is where her heart is - with Aunt Dotty, her brother B.C. and her horse, Orphan - and that God placed her there for a very good reason. Recommended for ages 12 to 16.
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: 6.88" Width: 4.12" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Release Date Sep 8, 2000
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
Grade Level Middle School
Series Number 6
ISBN 0570070872 ISBN13 9780570070870
Availability 0 units.
More About Dandi Daley Mackall
Dandi Daley Mackall is theauthor of numerous books for children, includingLarger-Than-Life Lara. She lives in West Salem, Ohio, with her husband and their three children.
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 Home Is Where Your Horse Is (Horsefeathers)?
Very well written and an awesome message.1 prob w/ it though Mar 5, 2005
'Home is where your horse is', is a very good book.My 1 problem that I had with it though,is that I wanted more details about Scoop and Travis's relationship,and I kinda wanted a romantic ending with Scoop and Travis.But it still was a VERY good book.My favorite thing about this book is that Dandi gives the message in this book that even though you may not be genetically related to someone,they're still your family because in the Body Of Christ,everybody is family.I find it very cool that in the end, Scoop realized that it really didn't matter at that point who her birth-mother was,she was just thankful that her birth-mom brought her into the world.And another good thing that Scoop realized,is that whatever happened,her(and Orphan)would serve the Lord.Always.
Has Scoop found her real mother? Jul 8, 2001
Scoop thinks she has found her birth mother in this book. Her name is Twila Twopennies. In the book before Home is Where Your Horse Is Scoop helped deliver a foal. Twila bought the foal and Scoop went to her farm to help. She found out that Twila had a baby the around the same time Scoop was born and she gave it up for adoption.