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Working late has its rewards


Quincy and Buck
Michelle Black, Camille Matthews

Quincy The Horse 3
Other Press
February 2014
On Sale: February 6, 2014
Featuring: Quincy; Buck; Beau
44 pages
ISBN: 0981924050
EAN: 9780981924052
Hardcover
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Young Adult | Young Adult Sports

In his third adventure, Quincy the red horse finds himself face to face with a bully. Afraid of the wild animals he might encounter while trail riding in the desert, he seeks out Buck as a trail buddy. But Quincy quickly learns that Buck is a bully, and because bullies can be dangerous, it is best to give them a wide berth where possible. Over the course of the day, Buck shows that he is a coward underneath a mean facade, and Quincy falls back on his own strengths, conquers his fears, and makes it home safely. His tale takes young readers on a very real trail ride where they will feel the sun on their backs, hear the crunch of Quincy's hooves in the sand wash, and see the ominous late afternoon shadows as the sun begins to set. The story encourages empathy and love for animals while expanding horizons and providing a framework for helping children identify and deal with the complex emotions and interactions involved in bullying.

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