Triple Magic (Trickstars 1)

Publisher details

Triple Magic (Trickstars 1)
Author
Karen Wood
Publisher
Allen & Unwin
Genre
Children’s Fiction
Released
01 July, 2015

Synopsis

A Trickstars Adventure with Ruby, Lexie and Kit, the fantastic trick-riding triplets

Ruby and her sisters dream of a life far from Windara Farm, performing spectacular tricks on their beautiful gypsy cob horses. Then Ruby discovers an old trunk in the stable loft, full of family secrets and a touch of magic. Why has Grampy kept the past hidden for so long? Will he allow the triplets to follow in the stirrups of their ancestors?
Karen Wood
About the author

Karen Wood

Karen Wood is a mother of two and the author of the popular Diamond Spirit books, as well as rural romance books, Jumping Fences and Rain Dance. She is mad about horses but is also a qualified horticulturalist with a degree in Communications. She has a menagerie of animals on her small acreage in New South Wales and spends her free time with her children and horses.

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                1. Boanerges says:

                  These books are fantastic! You will love rediang them yourself or with your little ones. The stories, illustrations, and Armenian isms fit together perfectly. An enjoyable and creative way to keep Armenian language and heritage alive. I own the whole box set and can’t wait for the next part of the series to be written.