Monthly Archives: February 2011

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Riding Lessons reader guide

Questions for Discussion 1. Following her accident, Annemarie puts her riding days behind her and moves her life in a completely different direction. Yet the accident and the loss of Harry haunt her and influence her life in ways she … Continue reading

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Flying changes reader guide

Questions for Discussion 1. At the beginning of the book, Annemarie doesn’t let anyone in her family watch her as she rides Hurrah, preferring to keep this side of herself private. Do you think that everybody has a secret self, … Continue reading

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sara’s bio

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Critters in Need

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sg resources

Resources Sara Gruen at the Great Ape Trust Sara and Dr. Sue Savage-Rumbaugh talk about Ape House

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Riding lessons home

USA Today Bestseller! As a world-class equestrienne and Olympic contender, Annemarie Zimmer lived for the thrill of flight atop a strong, graceful animal. Then, at eighteen, a tragic accident destroyed her riding career and Harry, her beloved and distinctively marked horse. Now, twenty … Continue reading

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Flying Changes home

Sequel to Sara’s debut novel, Riding Lessons Maybe it’s her approaching 40th birthday… or her ex-husband’s new wife and baby… or Eva, her rebellious 16-year-old daughter— but the only time Annemarie Zimmer feels any peace is when she’s on horseback, flying like … Continue reading

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About Water for Elephants

About Water for Elephants “You’ll get lost in the tatty glamour of Gruen’s meticulously researched world, from spangled equestrian pageantry and the sleazy side show to an ill-fated night at a Chicago speak-easy.” —The Washington Post As a young man, … Continue reading

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