Book Reviews of Riding Freedom

Riding Freedom
Riding Freedom
Author: Pam Munoz Ryan
ISBN-13: 9780439087964
ISBN-10: 0439087961
Publication Date: 9/1/1999
Pages: 144
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.

4.4 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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A fictionalized biography of Charlotte Parkhurst - the first woman to vote.
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Wonderful story
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Riding Freedom was a story about a girl,an orphan. Her parents are killed in a accident when she was young.For a wwhile her only friends are a small boy and a horse named freedom.But when freedom dies and the boy is adopted, she decides to leave the orphanage and follow her dreams.
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My daughter loves this author and enjoys all of her books.
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My seven-year old thought it was wonderful and adventurous.
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This is a great book for any child. It is easy to read and offers many life lessons in an easy to understand style for children of many ages. It is great for both boys and girls. Any child would love this book.
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Charolette didnt act like a girl. She climbed trees, fought the boys and worked in a stable- for fun. People didnt think it was proper for her to live this way but she didnt care. She became a top notch rider and even became the 1st woman to vote. Funny, and enlightening as well.
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Great story about a girl who refuses to fit into the traditional female role of the time and finds the place she was meant to be.
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This book is an AWESOME and WONDERFUL book! It even has a bluebonnet award!
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This book i really like because i am very intersted in horses so i liked this book
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I really enjoyed this story!
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Charlotte became a top-notch horse rider, a legendary stagecoach driver and the first woman ever to vote. And she did these things when they were all outlawed for women. How? With a plan so clever and so secret--almost no one figured it out.
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This book is about a girl who has to pretend to be a boy so she can a get a job in stables to survive. During this tale she has to go the extra mile to keep her secret when she becomes a well known carridge driver.