About the author
Janice Kaplan is a writer, television producer and magazine editor. She was educated at Yale University, and became editor-in-chief of Parade. She has written (and co-written) eleven books, of which one is a young adult novel about a girl determined not to be deterred from what she wants to do by sexist attitudes.
Finding the book
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Links and sources
Janice Kaplan on Wikipedia
National Library of Congress
Terri Wear: Horse Stories: An Annotated Bibliography
Bibliography (horse books only)
Avon Books, New York, 1982, 125 pp.
Fourteen-year-old Cadmy decides she’s going to be a bull rider: this is mainly so she can revenge herself on another bull rider, who injured Cadmy’s horse Judd. Terry, the bull rider in question, doesn’t think that girls should compete in any rodeo events other than barrel racing.