|Author:||Steve Harpster,Amy Houts|
|Title:||Down on the Farm (My First Graphic Novel)|
|Format:||doc mbr lit azw|
|ePUB size:||1390 kb|
|FB2 size:||1775 kb|
|DJVU size:||1378 kb|
|Category:||Geography and Cultures|
|Publisher:||Stone Arch Books (February 1, 2011)|
Emily has always dreamed of riding a horse . My First Graphic Novel). by. Amy Houts (Goodreads Author), Steve Harpster. Emily has always dreamed of riding a horse. When her dad takes her to a real farm, she soon realizes she has to do chores before she can ride. Will Emily ever get to ride a horse? Get A Copy.
Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Steve Harpster has loved to draw funny cartoons, mean monsters, and goofy gadgets since he was able to pick up a pencil. In first grade, he avoided writing assignments by working on the pictures for stories instead. Steve was able to land a job drawing funny pictures for books, and that's really what he's best at. Steve lives in Columbus, Ohio, with his wonderful wife, Karen, and their sheepdog, Doodle. Series: My First Graphic Novel. Library Binding: 32 pages. Publisher: Stone Arch Books (January 1, 2011).
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