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Review of The Lost Pony of Riverdale by Amanda Wills
The Lost Pony of Riverdale (The Riverdale Pony Series) by Amanda Wills is a good book for horse lovers in the junior high age range. Poppy moves to a new area with her parents and hears stories of an escaped pony that roams the moors. The story was fun and kept moving along. Poppy is a well-developed character with relatable emotions and the book was well-written.
While the story is intended to be a fun read for junior high girls it also deals with serious issues and is intended to make it’s audience think. There are plot twists that keep you intrigued and guessing. I did wish there was more about the donkey in the story, though; they can be wonderful companions!
Overall, I really enjoyed reading this book and believe Amanda Wills to be a talented author. I would recommend it to other readers, especially in the intended age range!
Final Rating: 8.5 out of 10
~Review by Grace Marshall
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