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Bramble and Maggie spooky season by Jessie Haas

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Horses,
  • Autumn,
  • Human-animal relationship,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Human-animal relationships,
  • Halloween,
  • Fiction

Book details:

About the Edition

Bramble, a persnickety but lovable horse, and Maggie, her patient owner, build an even stronger friendship as they brave the surprises of autumn. In their third adventure, Bramble and Maggie explore a new season together -- fall! Leaves crunch underfoot. Acorns ping off rooftops. It all makes Bramble feel wonderfully spooky. But Bramble"s frisky-pretend-scary gait makes Maggie jumpy, and soon Bramble really is nervous. There are alarming new sights and sounds everywhere, like Mr. Dingle"s scarecrow. When Maggie takes a fall, will she want to get back in the saddle? And when Halloween comes, can Maggie trust Bramble to brave the tricks and lead them both safely to the treats?

Edition Notes

Other titlesBramble & Maggie, Spooky season
StatementJessie Haas ; illustrated by Alison Friend
SeriesBramble and Maggie, Bramble and Maggie
ContributionsFriend, Alison, illustrator
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.H1129 B737 2014
The Physical Object
Pagination50 pages :
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26638369M
ISBN 100763664502
ISBN 109780763664503
LC Control Number2013952844
OCLC/WorldCa885227969

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  Bramble the horse and her devoted girl, Maggie, face a major snowstorm in their fourth adventure. The sky is white, the air is cold, and snowflakes are falling, tickling Bramble’s back. By bedtime, Maggie and her family are ready for the storm: they’ve shopped for supplies, covered Bramble’s hay with a tarp, and filled the bathtub with extra water/5(27). Bramble and Maggie Give and Take, Bramble and Maggie: Horse Meets Girl, Bramble and Maggie Spooky Season, and Bramble and Maggie: Snow Day. Come along for a spirited ride as Bramble — a horse with interesting "little ways" — and her devoted girl, Maggie, make their debut in this inviting early />>Maggie wants a pony to ride and take care of, and to prepare she's been reading a big book on horse care. Bramble and Maggie negotiate, and come to an arrangement that seems more fair. All that's required is a little give and take. " more intriguing insights into the horse's mind. Portraying human and animal characters empathetically, the narrative features moments of humor as well as insight highly satisfying Booklist.

The complete series list for - Bramble and Maggie Jessie Haas. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.   At night Bramble repeatedly kicks the shed door, and Maggie consults her horse book to develop a solution. This finely crafted story about building trust and friendship is gently infused with information about equine care and filled with expressive, colorful gouache artwork on every : Candlewick Press. About Bramble and Maggie Give and Take “Portraying human and animal characters empathetically, the narrative features moments of humor as well as insight Highly satisfying.” — Booklist Maggie loves introducing her new horse, Bramble, to the neighborhood, the beach, and the backyard. Maggie, a little girl who longs for a horse of her own, finds her match in Bramble, a horse who has grown tired of riding lessons and walking in circles. Category: Horses Maggie Of Moss Street.

Jessie Haas has always loved horses and has written more than thirty books, most of them about horses, including the first two books about Bramble and Maggie. She says, “Horses love pretending to be scared, just like us, and fall is the perfect season for that.   Give and Take (Bramble and Maggie Series) “Portraying human and animal characters empathetically, the narrative features moments of humor as well as insight Highly satisfying.”Brand: Candlewick Press. Come along for a spirited ride as Bramble — a horse with interesting "little ways" — and her devoted girl, Maggie, make their debut in this inviting early reader. Maggie wants a pony to ride and take care of, and to prepare she's been reading a big book on horse care.4/5(2). Bramble the horse and her devoted girl, Maggie, face a major snowstorm in their fourth adventure. The sky is white, the air is cold, and snowflakes are falling, tickling Bramble’s back. By bedtime, Maggie and her family are ready for the storm: they’ve shopped for supplies, covered Bramble’s hay with a tarp, and filled the bathtub with extra water.