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Product Details

  • Series: Morgan Horse
  • Perfect Paperback: 206 pages
  • Publisher: Willow Bend Publishing; 1st edition (October 15, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0970900295
  • ISBN-13: 978-0970900296
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 8.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #405,221 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Annie will have you searching for carrots and sugar cubes from the get-go. Ellen Feld has created another fabulous story that wraps lessons in friendship, intergrity, and human nature, in the story of a young girl and a lost horse.Terry Doherty, The Reading Tub, Inc. --Terry Doherty, The Reading Tub, Inc.

Ellen F. Feld, award-winning author, equine journalist and phenomenally passionate horse lover, once again reaches out to the hearts and dreams of the teenaged horse loving set with her anxiously awaited new book Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse. No doubt about it, I'm simply captivated by Ellen Feld's Morgan Horse series. I like the way Feld easily reintroduces characters from the earlier books, horses and people alike. This book can stand alone, but is even better if you're familiar with the others in the series. She really knows about horses and, without trying to be trite, is the horse whisperer of the teen horse set. Anyone who doesn't like horses will want to fall in love with them after reading any book by Ellen Feld, and Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse is no exception. --Deb Fowler, Roundtable Reviews

Feld's tale follows the adventures of a mistreated Morgan, Annie, who becomes separated from her registration papers. A gentle young teenage horse woman slowly retrains the mare, but Annie will soon be sold since she cannot be shown nor bred without her registration. The story shows strong examples of good horse care and kind handling as well as promoting the value of careful preparation to gain successful results. This wonderful book will have readers seeking all Ellen Feld's books if they haven't already read them. --Caryn Sappelli, The United States Pony Clubs, Inc.

Ellen F. Feld, award-winning author, equine journalist and phenomenally passionate horse lover, once again reaches out to the hearts and dreams of the teenaged horse loving set with her anxiously awaited new book Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse. No doubt about it, I'm simply captivated by Ellen Feld's Morgan Horse series. I like the way Feld easily reintroduces characters from the earlier books, horses and people alike. This book can stand alone, but is even better if you're familiar with the others in the series. She really knows about horses and, without trying to be trite, is the horse whisperer of the teen horse set. Anyone who doesn't like horses will want to fall in love with them after reading any book by Ellen Feld, and Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse is no exception. --Deb Fowler, Roundtable Reviews

Feld's tale follows the adventures of a mistreated Morgan, Annie, who becomes separated from her registration papers. A gentle young teenage horse woman slowly retrains the mare, but Annie will soon be sold since she cannot be shown nor bred without her registration. The story shows strong examples of good horse care and kind handling as well as promoting the value of careful preparation to gain successful results. This wonderful book will have readers seeking all Ellen Feld's books if they haven't already read them. --Caryn Sappelli, The United States Pony Clubs, Inc.

Ellen F. Feld, award-winning author, equine journalist and phenomenally passionate horse lover, once again reaches out to the hearts and dreams of the teenaged horse loving set with her anxiously awaited new book Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse. No doubt about it, I'm simply captivated by Ellen Feld's Morgan Horse series. I like the way Feld easily reintroduces characters from the earlier books, horses and people alike. This book can stand alone, but is even better if you're familiar with the others in the series. She really knows about horses and, without trying to be trite, is the horse whisperer of the teen horse set. Anyone who doesn't like horses will want to fall in love with them after reading any book by Ellen Fel --Caryn Sappelli, The United States Pony Clubs, Inc.

Ellen F. Feld, award-winning author, equine journalist and phenomenally passionate horse lover, once again reaches out to the hearts and dreams of the teenaged horse loving set with her anxiously awaited new book Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse. No doubt about it, I'm simply captivated by Ellen Feld's Morgan Horse series. I like the way Feld easily reintroduces characters from the earlier books, horses and people alike. This book can stand alone, but is even better if you're familiar with the others in the series. She really knows about horses and, without trying to be trite, is the horse whisperer of the teen horse set. Anyone who doesn't like horses will want to fall in love with them after reading any book by Ellen Feld, and Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse is no exception. --Deb Fowler, Roundtable Reviews

Feld's tale follows the adventures of a mistreated Morgan, Annie, who becomes separated from her registration papers. A gentle young teenage horse woman slowly retrains the mare, but Annie will soon be sold since she cannot be shown nor bred without her registration. The story shows strong examples of good horse care and kind handling as well as promoting the value of careful preparation to gain successful results. This wonderful book will have readers seeking all Ellen Feld's books if they haven't already read them. --Caryn Sappelli, The United States Pony Clubs, Inc.

About the Author

Ellen Feld is an IRA/Children's Choices winner (twice) who began writing about horses more than 20 years ago. At first she wrote for small, regional magazines, but within a few short years, her work began to appear regularly in large, national publications. In 2001, while waiting for her next assignment, Ms. Feld wrote a short story about a Morgan Horse. That tale became the first chapter of Blackjack: Dreaming of a Morgan Horse. The book went on to win a coveted Children s Choices award, an honor bestowed jointly by the International Reading Association and the Children s Book Council. To date, Ms. Feld has authored nine horse books, including seven in the Morgan Horse series. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband, two children, ten horses, and assorted other pets.

More About the Author

Ellen Feld is an IRA/Children's Choices winner (twice) who began writing about horses more than 20 years ago. At first she wrote for small, regional magazines, but within a few short years, her work began to appear regularly in large, national publications. In 2001, while waiting for her next assignment, Ms. Feld wrote a short story about a Morgan Horse. That tale became the first chapter of Blackjack: Dreaming of a Morgan Horse. The book went on to win a coveted Children s Choices award, an honor bestowed jointly by the International Reading Association and the Children s Book Council. To date, Ms. Feld has authored ten books, including seven in the Morgan Horse series. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband, two children, ten horses, and assorted other pets.

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Ellen never fails to impress me with these books and I can't wait to read the next one!
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What results from Heather's decision is a good illustration of what can happen when a little, well intended lie spirals out of control.
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Armchair Interviews says: Great book for children and middle readers who love horses, and those who just love stories about any animal.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MartinH on January 3, 2008
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Author Ellen Feld covers the proper care and treatment of our special friends in the form of a horse who escaped a barn fire. This capturing story of Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse involves a young girl who is willing to do almost anything to save this horse. When she discovers who the former trainer was and who the horse is, she's not sure she wants to admit reality. This story is a wonderful read I would suggest to young horse lovers!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Estes on December 18, 2007
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Ellen Feld's horse stories have made reading an enjoyable activitiy for kids. It is nice in today's techno game world, to have an 11 year old ask for a book instead of a video game.

Parents look forward to more horse stories to this series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michelle on December 20, 2013
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Omg i finished your book Annie!! It was so good! I never wanted to stop and I always couldnt wait to turn the page to see wat was waiting on the other side. I cant wait to start Rimfire!! im so excited!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By EM in VT on September 30, 2012
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This review was dictated to me by my 10 year old daughter. "Annie is a good book. It has a really good plot and a great ending. It shows how some people just do not care or really care for horses. I loved this book. The first book is Blackjack followed by Frosty, Rusty and then Robin. It is good to read Blackjack first and the rest in order. Annie and Rimfire come after Robin but are not important to read in order."
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nancy J. Bailey on February 28, 2008
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I had flashbacks to "Black Beauty" while reading this book, due to the all-too real uncertainties that can happen when horses change hands. There are several other parallels -- a scary barn fire, abusive handling, and a black gelding and chestnut mare reunited! Happily, "Annie" has a much more satisfying ending. Writer Ellen Feld tells the story with a familiarity borne of those who have shown horses, lived in the beautiful Vermont area, and loved Morgans. The story comes alive with Jeanne Mellin's delightful pencil drawings. Ellen, thanks for all you do to share and promote the Morgan horse!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Xavier House Reviews on February 21, 2008
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Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse is just one book in a delightful series by Ellen F. Feld. Annie is a Morgan horse who has had an eventful, but rough life. Annie was the victim of harsh treatment from an abusive trainer. Because of this abuse, Annie failed to realize her potential as a show horse. Due to some extraordinary events Annie suddenly finds herself free of her torturous environment.

Annie soon finds herself in much more caring hands at the Gallant Morgan Horse Farm. Due to events detailed in the story, the owner of the farm does not know the background of Annie. Much of the story's focus is on search for information about Annie's origins by farm owner Chauncy Campbell. Because of this search, young Heather Richardson finds herself growing attached to the mysterious horse. So strong is her attachment, Heather ends up withholding information about Annie's past which she accidentally discovered. What results from Heather's decision is a good illustration of what can happen when a little, well intended lie spirals out of control.

Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse will appeal to younger readers, girls in particular. The characters are very well though out, and the main female character (Heather Richardson) has a strong voice. For those who are familiar with equine terminology, Annie will be an easy read. For those who do not know much about horses, the story will give a good insight into the world of horse shows, equine care, and the legend of Justin Morgan.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on January 15, 2008
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Children's Choice Award-winning author, Ellen F. Feld, has done it again. The latest book in Feld's Morgan horse series is Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse. I found myself lost in a world of mistrust, sadness, and in the end, friendship and love. Feld did a wonderful job teaching the reader about making right choices, learning to trust in others, and when to speak up against wrong doing.

I felt this book was not only for young girls, which is the readership target, but also for young boys. The story is about a Morgan horse named Polly who is mistreated. The Morgan horse belongs to an elderly lady, who likes to show horses in horse shows, but unfortunately has chosen a mean horse trainer, Mr. Spencer. Kevin, one of the trainers working for Mr. Spencer, forgets to feed and check on the horses before going out late one night. When Kevin returns to the ranch, Polly's barn is on fire. Polly escapes but Kevin tells Mr. Spencer that she didn't make it out.

Polly runs for her life through meadows and forests. She doesn't want to return to Mr. Spencer's care. After a long night of running, Polly finds another ranch with different horses. She hopes that the horse trainer there will take her in. He does but only for a short time. The man is unable to find Polly's owner or trainer and decides sells her. This becomes Polly's life for many months. Finally, Polly finds a home on Gallant Morgans. Chauncy, the owner of the horse stalls, isn't sure he'll keep Polly. Also, no one knows what Polly's name is and she's renamed Annie.

Two young girls have horses at Gallant Morgan stables and when they see Chauncy's new horse, Annie, Heather can't help but fall in love with the beautiful Morgan horse.
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