(From the publisher):
Jennifer sat on her perch high in the spruce tree and stared at the tiny china horse. How could her father have let her down so badly? She was sure he had promised her a real horse for her birthday, not just riding lessons, and this stupid figurine. Angrily, Jennifer flicks the little horse off the branch, expecting to hear it shatter on the ground below. Instead from the gloom comes a thrashing sound and the smell of...can it be?...yes, the smell of horse.
Jennifer soon realizes that only she can see the beautiful golden palimino, whose name is Moonseeker. And hear him, for the horse has the power of speech. Moonseeker is far from perfect, though. He's contrary and self-centered and has a terrible fear of being confined, as Jennifer discovers when they go for a ride and become trapped in a cave.
Original title: Touch the Moon
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Fantasy→ Magical Objects
Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Horses