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The Golden Lad

Book Description
From the moment The Golden Lad was born, Buddy loved the beautiful palomino colt. The little quarter horse was an orphan nad Buddy raised him on cow's milk and love.

Buddy dreamed of the day he would ride The Golden Lad in races and win enough money to pay for their ranch. Then one day, The Golden Lad was taken from his stall. Laddie had been stolen. Buddy had to find him, but would... More

Book Information
PublisherSagehen Creek Publishing
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages151
Publication Date11/10/1997
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About Thelma Martin Anderson (Author) : Thelma Martin Anderson is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Thelma Martin Anderson include Prairie Wind, The Golden Lad.
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