This is book 3 in the Sonrise Stables series.
After sitting through a 4-H demonstration on the evolution of the horse, Rosie and Carrie are determined to present the arguments for creation at the club’s next meeting. The demonstration proves harder to put together than they imagined as everyone offers the girls their opinions. The lessons Rosie learns about creation extend into her life in surprising ways as she faces her old adversary, Billy King, who cheated her out of her first trophy with her pony, Scamper.
About the Author: Vicki Watson
My love of horses began when a teenage neighbor offered me my first ride, on the back of her horse. From my 8-year-old perspective, it seemed like the biggest horse in the world. From that moment on, I was addicted. Horses were to become a very important part of my life, although I never could have imagined, at the time, how much God would teach me about Himself and my relationship to Him through these wonderful animals.
The Sonrise Stable series combines my love of God and horses in stories that I hope will help children learn more about both. I have a vision for ten initial books in the series, taking the main characters through one year. Beyond that I’ll see where God leads me.
I have been blessed with three daughters and homeschooled each of them through high school. I enjoy trail riding my Rocky Mountain mare, Nikki, hiking, photography, and playing guitar. I work from home as a web designer and computer programmer and enjoy the variety and flexibility that allows.
Visit Vicki Watson at her site: Sonrise Stables
I came to this book at a disadvantage because I have not read the entire series and this is a continuing story. My review is somewhat late because of serious illness and I hope I can do this lovely book justice.
This is a wonderful childrens’ series in a time when parents are desperate for clean moral entertainment. Vickies love for horses comes through every line and my granddaughter shares that passion. Cathy jumped at the chance to read the book and is begging for the entire series. I found the book to be fun, morally fit, and great entertainment for people of all ages.
I would recommend this book as a Christmas gift, a birthday present or just a “good job” surprise for any young person.