"This book is about a girl who loves the horse named Midnight. He is special because he is very calm and gentle. She was very sad bacause he was being sold to a different family, and she did not want that to happen. He was not her horse and her parents would not let her have him. This is the story of how she got the pony." A 7-year old reader said.
"I never received this book and I waited for over a month. I contacted Fat City Books and they basically told me there was no way they could track it down. I won't buy from this distributor again. It was very upsetting as this was a Christmas present and I gave it plenty of time to arrive." Jeannette M. Rogers said.
"This book of the Sandy Lane Stables series focuses on two girls, Izzy and Kate, and their roles as the plot takes shape. I liked how the author created this book to flip back and forth between the two girls' perspectives. Much of the story revolves around how the two young riders interact with each other.
Kate wants to be the representative of Sandy Lane Stables at a local horse show. Izzy wants to keep and ride a horse that really isn't hers, but devises a way to keep the full story of Midnight a secret.
To properly review this title, I'll have to say that there is one thing I don't like --- which is the lies and deceitfulness displayed while Izzy tries to keep a big secret from her parents. Some parents disapprove of their kids reading of bad behavior like this.
Overall, a fun horse story. Girls especially will love this series." In the Bookcase said.