- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- 9-12 år
- Antal sidor
- Short-listed for The People's Book Prize 2017 (UK)
- Sweet Cherry Publishing
- Davis, Andrew (design)
- Subrata Mahajan
- 12 Illustrations, black and white
- Book 1 The Lost Kodas
- 196 x 130 x 20 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 227 g
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Fri frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.In the shade of the Giant's Throne Mountain, and on the coast of the Indian Ocean, Port St. Christopher is home to Apley Towers; a riding school for girls and boys, young or old, who learn what it means to be a true horse rider. Kaela and Trixie call Apley Towers their Neverland. It's the best place in the world - a place for friendship, laughter and learning. But when both girls take on more responsibilities than they can handle, they have to make some tough choices that take a toll on their friendship. Kaela and Trixie call Apley Towers their Neverland. It's the best place in the world - a place for friendship, laughter and learning. But when both girls take on more responsibilities than they can handle, they have to make some tough choices that take a toll on their friendship. Will they have to sacrifice Apley in the end? It takes a girl on the other side of the world to remind them of what's important and that challenges are there to be overcome. About the Apley Towers series: Set in the shade of Giant's Throne Mountain on the South African coast of the Indian Ocean, this adventure- and friendship-filled series stars the students of a horseback riding school, Apley Towers, who learn valuable life lessons with horses and humans alike. Kaela, Trixie, Angela, and Phoenix learn what it means to be a true rider and a good friend, with plenty of detail of the African animals and landscapes of the area that readers will love. All titles are also leveled for classroom use, including GRLs.
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"A brilliantly satisfying collection of books about the importance of life and friendship." - Teodora Leon
Myra King was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. After spending time in the USA, she finally settled in England, with her husband, young son and border collie. Despite her enduring love affair with her adopted country, Myra retains a link to her motherland as a place with a lot of stories to tell, and one of the main inspirations in her writing. After a serious fall from her horse at 19, Myra knew she would never be able to get into a saddle again, so she switched her focus to her writing.