Valegro Book 3 - A Rising Star

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The third book in the series for children that tells the real-life story of Valegro, known at home as Blueberry. At last he is fulfilling his ambition, to become a top-class dressage horse, but there is one thing missing - the perfect rider to accompany him on his amazing journey. Carl is on the lookout, but nobody seems up to the task of partnering this amazing horse.

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The third book in the series for children that tells the real-life story of Valegro, known at home as Blueberry. At last he is fulfilling his ambition, to become a top-class dressage horse, but there is one thing missing - the perfect rider to accompany him on his amazing journey. Carl is on the lookout, but nobody seems up to the task of partnering this amazing horse. And Blueberry has other hurdles to overcome, unexpected emotions which threaten to jeopardise his ambitions and Carl's plans for him. Will Blueberry's best friend, little one-eyed Lulu, be able to help him fulfil the dream held by every equine athlete, the ultimate aim of working towards being selected for the Olympic Games? Written from the viewpoint of Blueberry, each book contains fascinating insights into the training and everyday life at one of the world's top dressage yards, with Blueberry's friends making their own, vital, contribution to help the little brown horse on his amazing journey. This book continues the series and includes learning and technical aspects to pass on equestrian knowledge and life morals in a fun and friendly way, edited to Key Stage 2 therefore suitable for use in schools and learning programmes. Ideal for readers aged 7+, the young at heart and all animal lovers. Publication date 1st August 2017 · ISBN 978 1788036 146 Publisher: Matador, an imprint of www.troubador.co.uk Paperback 198x129mm 146pp Portrait

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