Stabenfeldt, 2007, pb
Lisa has moved out of the city into the country with her parents. She knows no one, and it looks as if she’s going to have a long, boring summer. Her parents are too busy to notice that she has no one to talk to, and forget about her suggestion that she learn to ride. They are scared of horses, and can’t see why she likes them. Then Stella moves in next door: she has a secret, as well as a wonderful horse, so wonderful it is almost as if he can read Lisa’s mind. She’s happy, for the moment at least.