Every New Day

Every New Day When Amy has no solution for curing Mercury a dapple grey jumper she seeks the aid of a Native American horse healer who had known her mother Every New Day is a spiritual awakening for Amy Amy is on

  • Title: Every New Day
  • Author: Lauren Brooke
  • ISBN: 9780439317160
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Amy has no solution for curing Mercury, a dapple grey jumper, she seeks the aid of a Native American horse healer who had known her mother Every New Day is a spiritual awakening for Amy.Amy is only 15, but she inherited countless responsibilities when her mother died Most of all, she is expected to fill her mother s role as the horse healer at Heartland Amy is taleWhen Amy has no solution for curing Mercury, a dapple grey jumper, she seeks the aid of a Native American horse healer who had known her mother Every New Day is a spiritual awakening for Amy.Amy is only 15, but she inherited countless responsibilities when her mother died Most of all, she is expected to fill her mother s role as the horse healer at Heartland Amy is talented, but still a novice She can t admit she needs time to grow and understand.When she can t cure Mercury, and she and Ty argue about his treatment, she decides to visit a Native American horseman who knew her mother Amy takes Mercury to the mountain top stable searching for answers, but she ultimately learns that she can t always chase down solutions Sometimes she has to wait for them to find her.

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      Published :2018-08-22T01:20:29+00:00

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    1. In this book, the main character, Amy, learns about her instincts regarding the horses she works with. This is one of the better books, in this regard, because the reader is learning a life skill or at least a seed is planted. Again, with the relationship dynamics, I can only recommend this book to those 13 and older. There isn't anything inappropriate or have any foul language.

    2. This is about the 6th or 7th book in this series that I have read - I refuse to buy these books at store rate because it only takes me about an hour or 90 minutes to read them, so I wait until I can find them at thrift shops or garage sales. As a result, I am reading them out of order (THANK GOODNESS for the TV show to keep me caught up on the parts I am missing in the series. :D)Amy has been trying to work with an abused show jumper named Mercury. Mercury was rapped, a process where the front l [...]

    3. So this is going to be a similar review as my others on this series, but that’s basically because most of the books blur into one for me. This one turns out to be the first one of the series that I read. Why I started with the ninth one I have no idea but I’ve done the same with several other series. It’s funny, but it’s always been one of my least favourite of the series but I must have liked it when I first read it as I went on to read the others. So it can’t have been that bad. Amy [...]

    4. I rate this book a ten out of ten. I rate this book a ten because it is amazing. I like how the girl fixes a problem with a horse by herself. The book also flows really good and is easy to read. I would recommend this book to anybody who likes horses. It is really good and its all about horses. I more recommend it to third of fourth graders till eighth graders. The books more for that age group because it is an easy read for that age group.This book is about a girl named Amy. She trains horses t [...]

    5. Amy has been unsuccessful in her treatment of a show jumper that is now afraid to jump due to abuse. Even when she asks Ben to help her, Mercury doesn't get any better, and now Ben's riding with his horse Red is suffering. Amy's relationship with Ty is suffering too, ever since their relationship became public. Amy decides to go see a Native American horse healer that her mother had once visited.The "wise Indian healer" bit was a little cliche, although Huten's granddaughter Carey was an interes [...]

    6. Another addition to the series, it continues in the the fashion of the earlier ones. A problem horse and Amy needs to learn a little bit more about herself in order to help the horse. The one thing that (awkwardly) took me by surprise was (view spoiler)[ Ty and Amy are dating? Wait, how did I miss that? I mean, I got that they had talked about it but I thought they had left off in a vague sense not actually dating. I suppose that since the romance is kept at a child friendly level (a few kisses) [...]

    7. When Amy's mother dies, she takes on her mother's role of horse-healer at their ranch, Heartland. Mercury, a very talented horse, has a fear of jumping because his old masters hit him. Amy tries and tries with Mercury. She finally takes the horse to a Native American who knew her mother. Huten doesn't give her any direct answers. Amy discovers that she needs to look at problems in different ways. Sometimes, the answer isn't always clear. With patience, Amy finally helps Mercury overcome his fear [...]

    8. my favorite part was when the horse was finally helped. the worst part was when the horse had a problem. my favorite character was amy. there was no worst character. auryn 11 years old, 2014

    9. really good. book. you can really see how much amy has grown in this book. her understanding of horses has gotten greater.

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