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Back in the saddle —Hapka, Cathy, author.

When Annie falls off her pony Splash at a riding lesson, she must decide whether or not to get back in the saddle.

Blue ribbon day —Hapka, Cathy, author.

Going to the county fair to help Jill's mom prepare the ponies for a driving class competition, Jill, Meg, and Annie enjoy the displays and festivities before running into rival Ben, who makes them doubt their skills.

Pony party —Hapka, Cathy.

When Jill's mom asks the Pony Scouts to help her run a pony party for a little girl's birthday, Meg, Jill, and Annie can't wait to help! After all, any girl who is having a pony party must share the Pony Scouts' love for...

Riff Raff sails the high cheese —Schade, Susan, author.

When their most valuable loot, a big hunk of cheese, is stolen, Riff Raff and his rodent pirate gang embark on a quest to reclaim their lost treasure.

Riff Raff the mouse pirate —Schade, Susan.

Ahoy, mateys . . . and mice! Riff Raff the Mouse Pirate is setting off on a treasure hunt with his cheese-loving crew, but before they can find the treasure, the bold swashbucklers must find the missing clue! With color...

Peace Week in Miss Fox's class —Spinelli, Eileen.

For "Peace Week," the animals in Miss Fox's class find ways to be peaceful instead of squabbling with each other.

Go baby! Go dog! —Kennedy, Anne, 1955-

The baby likes the dog. The dog likes to be alone. But the baby loves to crawl... and follows the dog wherever he goes! Together they make for a captivating pair in this sweet, simple, and expressive story.

We all fall for apples —Herman, Emmi S.

Simple text describes a trip to an apple farm.

Callie Cat, ice skater —Spinelli, Eileen.

Callie Cat loves to ice skate and when she hears about the Honeybrook Ice Skating Contest she decides to enter, only to find that winning is not as important as the joy of skating.

Pony crazy —Hapka, Cathy.

After moving to the country and discovering that her new friend Jill raises ponies on her farm, horse-lover Meg is thrilled and cannot wait to lend Jill a hand in tending to the animals she loves most.

Miss Fox's class goes green —Spinelli, Eileen.

The students in Miss Fox's class lead their school in making choices to help keep the planet healthy, such as turning off lights when leaving a room, taking shorter showers, and using cloth bags instead of plastic ones.

Miss Fox's class shapes up —Spinelli, Eileen.

When Miss Fox realizes that her students do not have healthy habits, she teaches them that healthful living is fun and rewarding, which they find to be true on Field Day.

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