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Book Title: Eleanor McGraw, a Pony Named Mouse and a Boy Called Fire|
The author of the book: Katharina Marcus
Edition: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Date of issue: June 20th 2013
ISBN 13: 9781490312347
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Format files: PDF
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Eleanor McGraw, vertically challenged, empathic and sharp daughter of folk musician Isabel Payne and a world famous rock guitarist, wakes up a few days shy of her 14th birthday to a life more ordinary. After years of vagabonding around the world alongside a series of chaotic father figures, they are settling down with quiet Kjell, a Swedish dentist, on the outskirts of a small town on the South coast of England. While exploring her new home’s surroundings, Eleanor discovers a solitary pony in a deserted plot of grazing land. As she befriends the animal and meets scar-faced, foul-mouthed, 16-year-old Pike she is slowly drawn into another family’s tragic past and finds herself at the centre of a decision between life or death, past or future, beginning or end.
Eleanor McGraw is a contemporary book about people, ponies, patchwork families, friendship and love, suitable for anyone - horse rider or not - between 14 and 104.
Contains some strong language.
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Read information about the authorKatharina Marcus is a Brightonian author of German-Jewish descent with a Dutch passport and a nationless heart.
She lives in perpetual chaos on a ball in space with one husband, two children, four ponies and a cat.
A life-long horse woman with a serious penchant for bareback riding, she used to top up her meagre earnings from writing by moonlighting as a freelance riding instructor and horse trainer when not practising as a psychotherapist or serving food. Presently she is employed as a Girl Friday in a school for exceptionally entertaining and diverse young people.
As the daughter of Antiquarian book dealers she reads - and always has read - loads but is so private about her personal book collection, she keeps it in her bedroom.
She hasn't got a website, so far only blogs on GR and doesn't even really do facebook, although her latest novel, Cooking with Caroline, does have it's own, entirely dilletante fb page here https://www.facebook.com/Cooking-with... .
By and large she prefers her interaction to be face to face or in personal messages but is, of course, immensely grateful for every like, share and feedback left.