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Description of "Starlight Comes Home (The Starlight Books, 6) (Starlight Comes Home)"
The Starlight Books, a new series about the mishaps and adventures that form a bond of love between two spirited creatures, a girl and a horse, will capture the hearts of people of all ages. Each book will make the reader laugh, cry, and ask for more. The first, a Writer's Notes award winner, Miranda and Starlight, introduces spunky ten-year-old Miranda Stevens as she dare The Starlight Books, a new series about the mishaps and adventures that form a bond of love between two spirited creatures, a girl and a horse, will capture the hearts of people of all ages.
Each book will make the reader laugh, cry, and ask for more. The first, a Writer's Notes award winner, Miranda and Starlight, introduces spunky ten-year-old Miranda Stevens as she dares to defy crotchety old Mr. Taylor in order to save the life of his injured young stallion, Starlight. Many adventures, quandaries and conflicts, most brought on by Miranda's impulsive and compassionate nature, set the stage for the continuing saga.
In the sequel, Starlight's Courage, Miranda faces further challenges to save Starlight from yet another threat on his life requiring unflagging bravery of both the girl and the horse. In Starlight, Star Bright, Miranda, now eleven, is ready to take on more responsibility but is still not immune to falling into difficult and dangerous situations. Starlight's Shooting Star is the fourth book in which a new little filly brings good fortune, and a new character adds a surprising twist to the gripping story.
In the fifth book, Best Books 2004 winner, a forced separation between Miranda and Starlight cause both the girl and the horse to go "off their feed", taking a toll on their health. When Starlight and Miranda are reunited, they are pitted against the clock in an effort to save Mr. Taylor from financial ruin. Miranda is a teenager in the conclusion to the series, Starlight Comes Home.
She faces conflicts involving moral dilemmas like those confronting adolescents today. Suspense, joy, grief, and triumph combine to wrap up this exciting saga of a young girl coming of age in western Montana. Although set in the world of horse lore, this series encompasses much more, giving it appeal to a broad audience.
It is a journey of courage, a portrayal of mistakes and consequences, and a model for perseverance in making dreams come true. Each of these action-packed stories is a good read on its own even though it fits chronologically in the series in which Miranda and her friends grow and develop. The cover of each book is graced by one of Pat Lehmkuhl's original oil paintings and her exquisite pen and ink illustrations throughout the book enhance the story.
Though a new line of stories, these books have already gained a nationwide following and have garnished critical acclaim. Distinguished review source, Children's Book Watch, calls them "a charming and highly recommended story", adding "this documents Janet Muirhead Hill as one of the truly skilled storytellers writing for young readers today". Heartland Reviews proclaimed "It is difficult to find horse stories for middle-grade readers with a modern theme.
These books are well written with a fast pace. They should be a hot seller to the target market. We rated them five hearts".
GWN Reviews states that they "successfully tackle serious issues facing today's youth in a comfortable manner making the books not only entertaining, but also educational". The Book Reader says "the spare, sensitive prose portrays youth, hopes and the high-spirited joy of love". One reviewer, Susan Stanaway, a teacher, mentioned that Miranda Stevens reminds her of the modern day version of Tom Sawyer because her "impulsiveness, ability to learn from her mistakes and good heart make her an endearing character and her adventurous spirit, willingness to speak her mind and act on injustice are definitely traits to admire".
These books by Janet Muirhead Hill are sure to become classics to be enjoyed by generations to come.
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