By Bonnie Bryant
Whilst Stevie Lake injures herself and can't journey for your time, the opposite participants of the Saddle membership, Carole Hanson and Lisa Atwood, make a pact to not trip until eventually Stevie has recovered. in spite of everything, they're the Saddle membership, and so they consistently stick jointly. To seal the pact, the ladies make a decision that if any of them holiday the vow, they'll need to ask stuck-up Veronica DiAngelo to hitch their membership. That'll retain them out of the saddle evidently! yet can 3 horse-crazy women relatively avoid horses and driving for greater than an afternoon?
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Urbanization fostered a nostalgia for country life, which some children experienced only through romanticized depictions in books such as this. below Ou r P e t s A B C B o o k Designed and printed by Koerner & Hayes, Buffalo Published by W. B. , New York and Buffalo Copyright 1895, Koerner & Hayes Nineteenth-century childrearing experts advocated allowing children to care for animals. In The Mother’s Book, author Lydia Maria Child maintained,“It is a benefit to children to have the care of feeding animals, such as lambs, chickens, & c.
Mother Goose In An Air-Ship Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York Copyright 1909 Air travel captivated the imagination of many at the turn of the Mother Goose, when of old she would mount to the sky, twentieth century, including Mother Goose. The introduction to Relied on her gander to bear her on high, this collection of nursery rhymes, copyrighted after the invention But modern inventions are quite to her mind, of the zeppelin in 1900 and the Wright Brothers’ historic flight And to sailing in air-craft she’s greatly inclined; near Kitty Hawk in 1903, explains the new mode of travel A balloon or an aeroplane now serves her need, adopted by Mother Goose: And she travels through cloudland at wonderful speed.
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