Fire Horse

by Valen
(Texas)



This book is about this girl that meets a wounded fire horse. She cures the injured horse and dreams to be a vet one day. But it's not easy.

Her father, a journalist, writes about woman that should stay home and do housework.

Will she ever become a vet? Read the book to find out!

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Oct 30, 2013
:)
by: Lizy

I haven't read this book yet but I want read it.

Apr 30, 2013
amazing
by: Anonymous

I've read the book many times. Soooo amazing perfect for horse lovers.

Aug 17, 2012
One of the Best!
by: Serah

I have trouble finding horse books that, 1) aren't for little girls and 2) aren't all about guy/girl relationships with a tiny bit about horses. Well, this is it! It's an exciting book that doesn't get boring or go into too much history about the Great Boston Fire, and it kept my interest from the first to the last page! Rachel learns to gallop headlong into her own path instead of following the ones already planned out for her by her parents and society. A great read - recommend for anyone (however there are a few swear words and one REALLY bad one, so not good for younger girls to read to themselves).

Sep 15, 2011
Fire Horse
by: Anonymous

This book is one of my favorites! it is such a great story about being yourself and finding your courage. I also love the fact that it is centered around horses and has a lot to do with veterinary science. You have to read this book!

Aug 18, 2011
Firehorse
by: Anonymous

When fifteen year-old Rachel is forced to move to Boston in the year 1872, she is furious. She is also lonely, for her beloved horse, Peaches, has been sold. But Rachel soon finds a horse that needs her, and needs her desperately: The Governor's Girl, a famous firehorse, has been badly burned. Rachel gets permission to care for the Girl in a stable behind her house.

As she cares for the girl, Rachel dreams about becoming a veterinarian. But her father, a newspaperman, has very definite ideas about where women belong: only in the home.

Father also has definite ideas about Boston's inadequate firefighting equipment, as an outbreak of suspicious fires erupts. To make things worse, horses everywhere begin falling ill with distemper. -- and it is horses that power the city's fire engines. Another spark might send the whole city up in flames.

Jul 31, 2011
About
by: Misty

When 15-year old Rachel wants to be a vet, no one allows her. Her beautiful horse, Peaches, was sold, and she's moving to Boston. Rachel's parents want her to act like a lady, and so many changes happen in so little time, and suddenly she finds a horse needs her. It is a famous firehorse named the Governor's Girl, and she's been badly burned. But not only that, fires erupt everywhere, and many horses are falling ill. What can Rachel do?

Nov 24, 2010
:)
by: Anonymous

i haven't read it but it looks good :)

Oct 28, 2010
Good book
by: Rie rie

Cool book a bit sad but i think it's cool that the horse got better.

Nov 04, 2009
fire horse
by: Anonymous

It is a pretty good book.

May 29, 2009
read this book its really good
by: crystal routen

i say u need to read this book is really good a girl in their would rather be at a stable than do house work

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