|Plot Summary of Wonder's Promise|
|" Ashleigh Griffen is thrilled when the owner of the horse farm where she lives puts her favorite horse, Wonder, into training as a Thoroughbred racer. Ashleigh has spent the past year turning the sickly foal into a beautiful, healthy yearling.
Ashleigh knows Wonder could be great, but Wonder dislikes her harsh new trainer. Soon she's bucking and disobeying all of his commands. Ashleigh is heartbroken when the trainer says Wonder is untrainable... useless.
Even worse, Wonder doesn't seem to know Ashleigh anymore. One day after Wonder fiercly throws her, Ashliegh becomes afraid of her own horse. Maybe the trainer was right after all--maybe it's time to give up on Wonder... "
Ruth Miller, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Wonder's Promise|
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- Age 11-14
- a teen
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- White (American)
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- sensitive to others' feelings
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- Mostly serious with occasional humor
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- average physique
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- mostly 3rd
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- no torture/death
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