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Remove FREE. Unavailable for purchase. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Miranda and Starlight by Janet Muirhead Hill. Choose Store. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Skip this list. Ratings and Book Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. I get all mixed up about it," Miranda said. I think if Grandpa knew I'd be staying, he'd get another horse. He sold the one we had after I went to California. You're so much nicer than they are. My first wish came true already," she said with a giggle.


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  6. Maybe it'll come true, too," urged Laurie. Miranda decided to save her biggest wish for last. I wish I could have a real family with Mom and Dad and me all living together, close to Grandma and Grandpa. I've never seen him and I don't even have a picture to see what he looks like. All I know is that Mom says I look a lot like him.

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    He left before I was born. I don't even know if he's alive. After a pause, she asked, "What is your third and final wish?

    Make it good Ocause I'm sure the fairy will grant this one. Why did you move here? He wanted a safe place for me to grow up. He had a gray quarter-horse that I rode everyday" "My dad said he'd buy me a horse next summer," said Laurie. If you're still here, that is. Miranda tried to cover up the envy she heard in her own voice by giving her swing a big push and shouting, "Someday I'm going to own a thousand horses. How dare you sneak up behind us?

    Stop trying to scare people! It's not funny.

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    You were just too busy wishing you had horses to notice me," Chris said. Her long ponytail swished against her cheek as she jumped off the swing and spun around to look into his freckled face. I don't believe you have a horse. I suppose you keep it in your apartment," Miranda said, knowing Chris lived in town above the general store that his father owned.

    I bet you're scared of horses. Look at you. You're so skinny, you have to stand twice to make a shadow! I hope your dad got you a work horse," said Miranda, who was rather proud of her slender body.

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    Christopher's eyes narrowed and his face turned red. Miranda feared for a moment that he was going to hit her. And your parents can't even take care of you, let alone buy you a horse. Blood streamed from his nose. She was busy with some third grade boys who were fighting over the slide. Tell you what; I won't tell if you prove you're not scared of horses. Two horses were grazing near the school fence. She stared at the most beautiful jet black stallion she'd ever seen.

    He stood proudly, neck arched, as if standing guard over the lone mare grazing nearby. She'd only dreamed that such a creature could exist. She ran to the fence for a closer look. She could tell he was young, probably no more than two and not quite full grown, but his features were delicate and finely chiseled.

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    Ignoring the "No Trespassing" sign, she climbed over the high white board fence behind the cover of a tall cottonwood that stood in the corner of the playground and dropped into the field. Holding out her hand and talking softly, she approached the two horses.

    They pricked their ears forward and stared at her. Hesitantly, they walked forward. The pretty buckskin mare met her first and Miranda patted her soft muzzle and stroked her neck. Scratching the mare's back, Miranda ignored Chris, walked past the mare and extended her right hand toward the stallion. He eyed her curiously and let her touch his nose. Working her hand up to his cheek bone, she scratched him gently. He didn't move but watched her, his eyes alert and nostrils flaring.

    Continuing to stroke his neck, she slowly moved to his left side and stroked his withers. She murmured softly, "You're prettier than any horse I ever dreamed of. I'm going to make you mine someday. We're meant to be together; I just know it! What's the matter? You scared? You can't ride. Gripping his mane with both hands, Miranda jumped, pulled herself up and clapped her right leg across his back. The young horse leaped into the air, like an arrow shot from a bow and dashed away. Landing flat on her back, Miranda couldn't get her breath. She lay still, gasping.

    After running off a short distance, both horses circled back toward her as she rose shakily from the ground. Miranda nodded and walked toward the playground. I told you Miranda didn't know how to ride!

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    I'll show you how to ride a horse! The buckskin mare stood quietly in a small dip in the ground as Miranda approached her again. Talking softly and scratching her neck, she moved to the mare's left side.

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