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Be Well, Beware

by Jessie Haas

Lily is frightened when her beloved horse Beware gets sick and exhibits peculiar behavior.

Beware and Stogie

by Jessie Haas

It's the morning after a violent storm. Lily rides out on Beware to help find the livestock that have scattered in every direction. The cow and her calf, the big blonde workhorses, and Stogie, the uncatchable black Morgan, are all missing. They could be injured -- or worse. Lily knows how to handle the cows and the workhorses, but Stogie can be dangerous. What will Lily and Beware do if they find him? Lily and Beware are back, and their many fans who joined them in "A Blue for Beware" and "Be Well, Beware" will want to ride along again for a riveting, emotion-packed adventure.

Beware the Mare

by Jessie Haas

Gramp gets a good bargain on an apparently perfect bay mare for Lily, but because the horse is named Beware, he suspects that there may be something wrong with her.

Birthday Pony

by Jessie Haas

Jane loves ponies. Luckily her Grandma Aggie has two. SweetPea is old and gentle. Jane learns how to ride on her. Popcorn--who was born on the same day as Jane--is young and energetic.<P> Popcorn loves to jump and go fast, and Jane wants nothing more than to ride a pony who'll jump and go fast. Popcorn and Jane are perfect for each other. Or are they? Both of them like to get their own way. And neither is prepared for what will happen when they start to ride together...

A Blue for Beware

by Jessie Haas

From the Book jacket: Another horse stops suddenly. Everyone gasps. The rider flies over his head and lands on the other side of the jump. But she lands on her feet, smiles, and shrugs. Lily knows if Beware does that, she will not land on her feet. She smooths Beware's neck with her hand. "I'm not going in this," Mandy says suddenly. I'll get killed." She rides away toward the announcer's tent. Gramp scratches under his hat. "She's prob'ly right," he says. Lily's stomach turns like a washcloth being wrung out. "Next, the announcer says, "Lilian Gifford on Beware." Why does competition have to be so competitive? Last year, Lily and her friend Mandy took turns riding the same pony at the horse show, and everyone got ribbons just for taking part. This year everything's different. Lily's become a skilled rider on steady Beware, and so has Mandy on frisky Shane. Both girls sense a real chance of bringing home blue ribbons-and both feel surprisingly uneasy about competing against each other. By the author of Beware the Mare and Be Well Beware

Chase

by Jessie Haas

Phin Chase was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Now he's witness to a murder, and he must run fast and far to escape the Sleepers-the secretive, powerful organization responsible for the crime. With only his own wits to rely on, Phin hops a train to flee his small town. But there's a mysterious man on his trail-a man with a horse that tracks like a bloodhound. He could be working for the Sleepers . . . or he could be working against them. But Phin can't risk finding out. Even if Phin manages to turn the tables on his pursuer, neither hunter nor quarry can imagine what will happen when they inevitably collide.

Fire!: My Parents' Story

by Jessie Haas

"Don't be afraid. The house is afire." It's spring in Vermont, in 1948. A fire has started in an isolated farmhouse, and eight-year-old Patty is the first to discover it. Help is slow to come.<P> Patty and her family must save themselves, and save their animals. Jessie Haas's family history is as rich and powerful as any work of fiction, and she tells it with suspense and sensitivity. "Fire!" is the story of her parents' struggle and survival, and of life in Vermont fifty years ago.

A Horse like Barney

by Jessie Haas

Finally given permission to have a horse of her own, Sarah looks at a series of Morgans and finds herself being scared, being bored, and falling in love with too many horses.

Jigsaw Pony

by Jessie Haas

The only thing twins Fran and Kiera have ever agreed on is that it would be wonderful to own a pony--a pony they could gallop and leap over jumps. One day their father brings them Jigsaw, a Shetland pony who needs a new family. Jigsaw is the perfect pony. He can do anything--even fit himself into Dad's station wagon for the ride home. But with Jigsaw comes trouble. The more Fran and Kiera like something, the harder it is for them to share. And they love Jigsaw. Worse, Jigsaw won't gallop far and he won't leap more than a couple of jumps. Is something wrong with the way the twins ride? Or is something wrong with Jigsaw?

Jigsaw Pony

by Jessie Haas Ying-Hwa Hu

The only thing twins Fran and Kiera have ever agreed on is thatit would be wonderful to own a pony -- a pony they could gallop and leap over jumps. One day their father brings them Jigsaw, a Shetland pony who needs a new family. Jigsaw is the perfect pony. He can do anything -- even fit himself into Dad's station wagon for the ride home. But with Jigsaw comes trouble. The more Fran and Kiera like something, the harder it is for them to share. And they love Jigsaw. Worse, Jigsaw won't gallop far and he won't leap more than a couple of jumps. Is something wrong with the way the twins ride? Or is something wrong with Jigsaw?

Keeping Barney

by Jessie Haas

"...there is much truth in the portrayal of Sarah's struggles with a real rather than a dream horse, and her girlish joy in horse and riding will surely be communicated to readers." -Booklist

Runaway Pony

by Jessie Haas

Radish is a feisty pony - and the best teacher Judy has ever had. He teaches her how to ride, and how to go fast and far, and even how to fall off. But most of all, he teaches her to be patient. And when Judy outgrows him, he teaches Nina all the same things, and most of all, how to be brave. But girls grow, and ponies stay the same size. What will Radish do with no one to bully - and to teach? It takes his running away for Judy and Nina to find the perfect solution, one that keeps Radish from being outgrown ever again! 56 pages

Shaper

by Jessie Haas

Chad blames his grandfather, Jeep, and his older sister, Julia, for the death of his dog last fall. Now, as an empty summer yawns before him, Chad still isn't speaking to Jeep, he avoids Julia, and he does his best to ignore the rest of the family, especially the new dog, Queenie. But on this quiet Vermont hillside there's no one but family--nothing to fill the long days ahead. Then a new neighbor, David Burton, moves in down the hill. David is a shaper, a dog trainer who shapes animals' behaviors using positive reinforcement. He needs an assistant, and he offers Chad the job. David also has a daughter, Louise, who is beautiful, feisty, a dancer--who's only a year older than Chad. Suddenly Chad's life, which had seemed simple if painful, is terribly, wonderfully, confusingly complicated....Chad uses Queenie to learn David's techniques--but who is being shaped here: Queenie, or Chad himself? And can Chad's new knowledge help him heal and find a place in his strong-willed, volatile family?

Skipping School

by Jessie Haas

Fifteen-year-old Phillip feels isolated and confused as he tries to cope with his father's terminal illness and his family's recent move from their farm to a home in the suburbs.

Unbroken

by Jessie Haas

Orphaned Harry and her untrained colt must go to live on her aunt and uncle's farm. There Harry must learn to live with her domineering aunt and her family's shrouded past. Can she tame the wild colt enough to ride him?

Uncle Daney's Way

by Jessie Haas

When his great-uncle Daney comes to live with Cole's family after being crippled in a logging accident, the two work together all summer to find a way to make enough money to buy feed so they can keep Daney's old horse.

Westminster West

by Jessie Haas

Two sisters struggle with their roles as women within the family and within society as an arsonist threatens their post-Civil War Vermont community.

Working Trot

by Jessie Haas

His love of horses takes James away from the conventional world of his parents, who want him to pursue a college degree and a business career rather than the life of a horse-trainer.

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