A Dog's Life
Squirrel is a stray just learning how to survive when her mother and brother are suddenly taken away from her. Will she learn to live on her own?
As Amy prepares to leave Heartland for college, a new horse arrives at Heartland, but no one wants to tell her the background of this horse.
Amalee's world is all out of order due to the chaos brought by her father's fun friends, but when Amalee's dad becomes seriously ill, the chaos takes new forms.
This wordless graphic novel evokes universal aspects of an immigrant's experience through mesmerizing images.
Because of Winn-Dixie
When Opal brings home a mangy dog she finds at the supermarket, she doesn't know what to expect.
While dealing with multiple losses, fifteen-year-old Amy Fleming learns to trust her own abilities with horses and to go on with life.
Call Me Maria
Maria is a girl caught between two worlds: Puerto Rico, where she was born, and New York, where she now lives in the barrio.
Wilbur is the runt of his litter the small, weak one, not worth raising or protecting. But young Fern Arable thinks different.
Come What May
In this "Heartland" series book, fifteen-year-old Amy Fleming helps a mare and her foal get through complications in the mare's pregnancy and the foal's birth. At the same time, she and her sister Lou struggle with feelings about the father who
Amy calls Heartland home, and ever since she can remember, she's watched her mom instill trust and hope in horses that were once fierce and afraid. But then a tragic accident changes everything . . .
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