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by Margo Apple,Jessie Haas

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  • ISBN 006072269X
  • ISBN13 978-0060722692
  • Language English
  • Author Margo Apple,Jessie Haas
  • Publisher Greenwillow Books (August 3, 2004)
  • Pages 64
  • Formats rtf doc lrf docx
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1318 kb
  • Size Fb2 1953 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 512

Radish is a feisty pony -- and the best teacher Judy has ever had. He teaches her how to ride, how to go fast and far, and even how to fall off. But most of all, he teaches her to be patient. When Judy outgrows him, Radish teaches Nina all the same things, and most of all, how to be brave.

But girls grow, and ponies stay the same size. What will Radish do with no one to teach? It takes his running away for Judy and Nina to find the perfect solution, one that keeps Radish from being outgrown ever again!


Runaway Pony Paperback – August 3, 2004

Runaway Pony Paperback – August 3, 2004. by. Jessie Haas (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Jessie Haas (Author), Margo Apple (Illustrator). Jessie Haas is the author of numerous acclaimed books for young people, including Unbroken, which was a Publishers Weekly Best Book, a School Library Journal Best Book, a Parent's Choice Gold Award winner, a Notable Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, and CCBC Choice. Her most recent novel, Shaper, won a Golden Kite Honor Award.

Jessie Haas (Author), Margo Apple (Illustrator). Grade 2-4-In this charming story, Radish, a pony, teaches his bossy little girl lots of important things, including the fact that "if she asked nicely, he would almost always do what she wanted

Jessie Haas (Author), Margo Apple (Illustrator). Grade 2-4-In this charming story, Radish, a pony, teaches his bossy little girl lots of important things, including the fact that "if she asked nicely, he would almost always do what she wanted. Then Judy grows too tall for Radish and gets a new horse, and her pony is sent to Nina, his second young rider. Although Radish misses Judy, he teaches Nina all the lessons he taught Judy, but the cycle repeats itself, and when Nina gets a new horse, Radish runs away to find his previous owner.

The Birthday Pony by Jessie Haas is about a horse being born the same day as a little girl! The birthday ponies theme is helping because the little girl Jane and Grandma Aggie helped Popcorn& s mother from the woods. I think the message is never give up you should never give up gust like when the girl gave up on taking care of popcorn.

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Radish is a feisty pony - and the best teacher Judy has ever had. He teaches her how to ride, how to go fast and far, and even how to fall off. But most of all, he teaches her to be patient. When Judy outgrows him, Radish teaches Nina all the same things, and most of all, how to be brave. What will Radish do with no one to teach?

Jessie Haas was born in Westminster, Vermont .

Jessie Haas was born in Westminster, Vermont. She graduated from Wellesley College. She has written more than 35 books including Keeping Barney, Runaway Radish, Hoofprints: Horse Poems, Unbroken, Chase, Revolutionary Westminster, Saige, and Saige Paints the Sky. Sharper won a Golden Kite Honor Award. Margot Apple was born in Detroit, Michigan and earned a degree in art at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.

New York : Greenwillow Books, c2001. When Radish the pony grows too big for the girls who own him, he goes to live at a horse camp where there are always new children for him to train.

Haas, Jessie; Apple, Margot, ill. Publication date. New York : Greenwillow Books, c2001.

Jessie Haas, Margot Apple.

Award-winning children's book author and environmental journalist. Jessie Haas Are you feeling resolute? The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the National Climate Assessment have laid out one view of our future on the blue planet, a deeply unattractive one. Jessie Haas Books. 3 March ·. This is an article I wrote for Green Energy Times back in January. Time to play, cook, and do a couple of articles for Green Energy Times-and figure out what comes next.