Diggs, Lucy

About the author

Lucy Diggs has written two horse stories: Everyday Friends and Moon in the Water.  Both stories are aimed at teenagers.

Finding the books
Both books are easy and cheap to find.  Neither was published in the UK.

Links and sources

Bibliography (horse books only)

Everyday Friends

Atheneum, New York, 1986, 256 pp.
Troll Communications, pb, 1987

Marcy is thirteen. She feels completely overshadowed by her talented older sister. As a result, she can’t stick to anything. Then she meets another thirteen-year-old, Natasha, who is an excellent rider. Marcy decides she’ll learn to ride.

Moon in the Water

Atheneum, New York, 1988, 234 pp.

This story is set in the mid 1950s, and is the story of a teenabe boy called JoBob. He enters his horse, Blue Chip, in a show jumping competition. However, JoBob has to overcome the huge problem of his abusive father, who is demanding that JoBob help him with cock fighting.