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Skye's Final Test #2020

Skye s Final Test Her foster parents have opened Keystone Stables this summer to a visiting group of kids with special needs and Skye once an angry needy teen herself will help mentor them It s a real test of her gro

  • Title: Skye's Final Test
  • Author: Marsha Hubler
  • ISBN: 9780310707998
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • Skye's Final Test By Marsha Hubler, Her foster parents have opened Keystone Stables this summer to a visiting group of kids with special needs, and Skye once an angry, needy teen herself will help mentor them It s a real test of her growing maturity.She s really annoyed with one of them Joey is an outgoing and friendly Down syndrome kid who took a liking to Skye right away She s both embarrassed and furioHer foster parents have opened Keystone Stables this summer to a visiting group of kids with special needs, and Skye once an angry, needy teen herself will help mentor them It s a real test of her growing maturity.She s really annoyed with one of them Joey is an outgoing and friendly Down syndrome kid who took a liking to Skye right away She s both embarrassed and furious when he calls her his girlfriend, and treats him harshly when others aren t around But when his horse comes up lame on the day of a major competition, Skye is faced with a big decision will she continue to push him away or show him God s love

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    1. It was a short read, and was pretty good as far as the Christian message went I didn t mind it, though it didn t go into a huge depth thing, of course But it was about having a heart for God and helping others even though that can be hard I was OK with this book until I read the ending part, titled Are You Ready For Your Own Horse , and the part The Mustang Firstly, the widely accepted view in society is that horses were brought to North America by the Spanish and European settlers This is not t [...]

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