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Trailer æ Starting Over (Trina Ryan #2) PDF by î Sheri S. Levy Adolescent girls who love puppies and horses will find lots to like in this sweet but sometimes unflinching look at the hard choices we have to make as we grow up Starting Over is the second in a series of Trina Ryan novels, after Seven Days to Goodbye, which introduces Trina as she finishes training her first service dog and has to give him up Now, even knowing how hard another separation will be, she s taken on a second puppy to train sturdy, high spirited Colton, who learns the hard way that it s not a good idea to chase the horses Trina helps with to earn money for her riding lessons Trina loves the horse she s training on, and she loves Colton, but there are endless challenges Readers will learn a lot about the long hours and hard work involved in making an energetic puppy into a service dog And they ll laugh and cry along with Trina as she negotiates relationships with a diff A Delightful read Especially Great for Animal LoversStarting Over, the second book in the Trina Ryan series, has lots to love Colton, an adorable puppy, a barn full of horses, and the real life challenges facing the main character, Trina Trina must juggle training Colton to be a service dog, her work at the barn, her training there with her favorite horse, Chancy, her friendship with her best friend, Sarah, conflict with Morgan, the new girl at the barn, and her first boyfriend, Chase Things get even complicated when Trina decides to try to get to know Morgan better, despite their rocky introduction.
The first person narration immerses readers into the worlds of both service dog training and the workings I devoured this book, enjoying every minute I spent with the characters It s full of puppies and horses, best friends, and a dash of romance and jealousy, perfect ingredients for a young adult novel All are stirred brilliantly together while main character, Trina Ryan, is Starting Over with a newly assigned service dog in training The book so clearly explains the tremendous responsibilities and joys of turning a puppy into a working dog, I almost wanted to sign up to become a trainer, too The friendships contained in this story flourish despite the many challenges the girls face How they interact and overcome difficulties make this an excellent read for the teen student, and her grandma, too.
In this second book in Sheri Levy s Trina Ryan series, Trina takes on Colton, an adorable black lab puppy, to train as a service dog Trina s summer is intensely busy as she combines the responsibility of training Colton with taking riding lessons to prepare to ride on a college team When good hearted Trina tries to help a girl named Morgan at the barn who is having family problems, the consequences mean Trina has to be separated from Colton And she may not even be able to complete his training at all How do you help a friend and stay true to yourself Trina s struggles to cope and regroup should ring true for teens As a reader, I identified with the way Trina takes her relationships to heart The book s authentic details about riding and service dog training are fascinating Most people probably never dream so much is involved Levy had me cheering for th Adolescent girls who love puppies and horses will find lots to like in this sweet but sometimes unflinching look at the hard choices we have to make as we grow up Starting Over is the second in a series of Trina Ryan novels, after Seven Days to Goodbye, which introduces Trina as she finishes training her first service dog and has to give him up Now, even knowing how hard another separation will be, she s taken on a second puppy to train sturdy, high spirited Colton, who learns the hard way that it s not a good idea to chase the horses Trina helps with to earn money for her riding lessons Trina loves the horse she s training on, and she loves Colton, but there are endless challenges Readers will learn a lot about the long hours and hard work involved in making an energetic puppy into a service dog And they ll laugh and cry along with Trina as she negotiates relationships with a diff A Delightful read Especially Great for Animal LoversStarting Over, the second book in the Trina Ryan series, has lots to love Colton, an adorable puppy, a barn full of horses, and the real life challenges facing the main character, Trina Trina must juggle training Colton to be a service dog, her work at the barn, her training there with her favorite horse, Chancy, her friendship with her best friend, Sarah, conflict with Morgan, the new girl at the barn, and her first boyfriend, Chase Things get even complicated when Trina decides to try to get to know Morgan better, despite their rocky introduction.
The first person narration immerses readers into the worlds of both service dog training and the workings I devoured this book, enjoying every minute I spent with the characters It s full of puppies and horses, best friends, and a dash of romance and jealousy, perfect ingredients for a young adult novel All are stirred brilliantly together while main character, Trina Ryan, is Starting Over with a newly assigned service dog in training The book so clearly explains the tremendous responsibilities and joys of turning a puppy into a working dog, I almost wanted to sign up to become a trainer, too The friendships contained in this story flourish despite the many challenges the girls face How they interact and overcome difficulties make this an excellent read for the teen student, and her grandma, too.
In this second book in Sheri Levy s Trina Ryan series, Trina takes on Colton, an adorable black lab puppy, to train as a service dog Trina s summer is intensely busy as she combines the responsibility of training Colton with taking riding lessons to prepare to ride on a college team When good hearted Trina tries to help a girl named Morgan at the barn who is having family problems, the consequences mean Trina has to be separated from Colton And she may not even be able to complete his training at all How do you help a friend and stay true to yourself Trina s struggles to cope and regroup should ring true for teens As a reader, I identified with the way Trina takes her relationships to heart The book s authentic details about riding and service dog training are fascinating Most people probably never dream so much is involved Levy had me cheering for th Starting Over is a wonderful coming of age young adult story that is appropriate for young people of any age It is wholesome, but don t let that fool you There is excitement, intrigue and drama, and it s very well written I found it hard to put down The pre adolescent themes are universal, they brought back some very old memories for me I am personally a long way from being a young adult, but I guess I am young enough at heart to really enjoy this story I d recommend it for animal lovers, also Ms Levy captures not only the personalities of her human characters, Trina, Sarah, Morgan and the others, but you really get to know Colton, the adorable and sometimes mischievous puppy, and Chancy and Knight and the other horses Truth be told, I actually learned a lot about training service dogs and handling horses Starting Over is a sequel, and it is quite enjoyable on its ow Sheri Levy does it again in her sequel to SEVEN DAYS TO SAY GOODBYE Trina is once again training a puppy to be a service dog but this time she s starting from scratch Colt is a challenge but Trina knows she can do it On top of that responsibility, she s also teaching her friend, Sarah to swim and doing her best to befriend Morgan who isn t that easy to like And let s not forget Chase, the boyfriend from last summer You d think with all that, Trina s life would be busy enough, but then it gets complicated This is a delightful young adult story especially if you re an animal lover There are some really interesting scenes about training dogs and horseback riding as well Definitely a fun read.
Trina Ryan S Challenging Summer Starts Off With A Puppy Fueled Energy Burst As She Takes On Another Service Dog For Training An Eight Week Old Black Labrador Named Colton And To Help Explore Another Dream, She S Taken A Job At The Barn Next Door In Exchange For Riding Lessons With The Barn S Schooling Horse It Doesn T Take Long For Trina To Butt Heads With Morgan Hart, An Award Winning Rider With A Gorgeous Thoroughbred Named Knight And A Demanding, Nasty Demeanor With Both People And Her HorseAdding To The List Of Frustrations Is The Difficulty In Maintaining A Long Distance Relationship With Chase, Her First Boyfriend From Last Summer, While Trying To Deal With Unwanted Attention From A New Boy In Her Puppy Training ClassAt Least Best Friend Sarah Still Has Her Back, But Trina Wearies Of Morgan S Constant Insults And Her Heartless Treatment Of Knight, She Decides To Use Her Dog Training Skills To Look Underneath Morgan S Hostile Attitude And Develop A Sense Of TrustSlowly, Morgan S Angry Shield Cracks Enough To Where She S Able To Share Aa Troubling Family Secret Can Trina Help Morgan Confront Her Family Problems And Make A Fresh Start I love this story The characters are so rich, and I literally cannot put this book down can t wait to see what happens next as each chapter closes I am not a YA far from it I m 57 maybe I m YAHA young at heart adult ha ha , but I loved this book Yes, it took less than a day to read, but I think that s what I enjoyed about it I couldn t wait to pick it back up again throughout the day The way the chapters ended, each one on a cliff hanger, made me want to keep reading I really loved the characters, and the descriptions made me feel like I was right there in the barn or on the path, or at Trina s house And of course, any story that includes a dog gets extra points from me I didn t read this book twice, I don t know why that got checked off I only read the book once.
Sheri has a great story telling skill and her characters are sympathetic and real.
But I really love the way she portrays animals This book brings together dogs and horses Who can resist that combination.
I have found her stories interesting and the young readers that I have directed toward her books have loved them as well As a dog trainer I have often cringed at the inaccuracies in dog books about behavior or training Sheri has done her homework She has spent time learning about dogs and their training and has asked all the right questions I am thrilled that she has chosen to showcase positive training methods in this captivating story.
Trina Ryan is the kind of girl you d want to be your best friend She loves and rides horses, trains service dogs, and has an absentee boyfriend She s also facing a summer full of challenges, including a new girl at the barn, a girl who s anything but friendly Trina s growing up fast and making some tough choices about her future Any YA who loves horses, dogs, or boys ought to enjoy getting to know Trina Ryan I know I did.



Sheri Levy does it again in her sequel to SEVEN DAYS TO SAY GOODBYE Trina is once again training a puppy to be a service dog but this time she s starting from scratch Colt is a challenge but Trina knows she can do it On top of that responsibility, she s also teaching her friend, Sarah to swim and doing her best to befriend Morgan who isn t that easy to like And let s not forget Chase, the boyfriend from last summer You d think with all that, Trina s life would be busy enough, but then it gets complicated This is a delightful young adult story especially if you re an animal lover There are some really interesting scenes about training dogs and horseback riding as well Definitely a fun read.
Starting Over is a wonderful coming of age young adult story that is appropriate for young people of any age It is wholesome, but don t let that fool you There is excitement, intrigue and drama, and it s very well written I found it hard to put down The pre adolescent themes are universal, they brought back some very old memories for me I am personally a long way from being a young adult, but I guess I am young enough at heart to really enjoy this story I d recommend it for animal lovers, also Ms Levy captures not only the personalities of her human characters, Trina, Sarah, Morgan and the others, but you really get to know Colton, the adorable and sometimes mischievous puppy, and Chancy and Knight and the other horses Truth be told, I actually learned a lot about training service dogs and handling horses Starting Over is a sequel, and it is quite enjoyable on its ow I love this story The characters are so rich, and I literally cannot put this book down can t wait to see what happens next as each chapter closes I am not a YA far from it I m 57 maybe I m YAHA young at heart adult ha ha , but I loved this book Yes, it took less than a day to read, but I think that s what I enjoyed about it I couldn t wait to pick it back up again throughout the day The way the chapters ended, each one on a cliff hanger, made me want to keep reading I really loved the characters, and the descriptions made me feel like I was right there in the barn or on the path, or at Trina s house And of course, any story that includes a dog gets extra points from me I didn t read this book twice, I don t know why that got checked off I only read the book once.
Sheri has a great story telling skill and her characters are sympathetic and real.
But I really love the way she portrays animals This book brings together dogs and horses Who can resist that combination.
I have found her stories interesting and the young readers that I have directed toward her books have loved them as well As a dog trainer I have often cringed at the inaccuracies in dog books about behavior or training Sheri has done her homework She has spent time learning about dogs and their training and has asked all the right questions I am thrilled that she has chosen to showcase positive training methods in this captivating story.
Trina Ryan is the kind of girl you d want to be your best friend She loves and rides horses, trains service dogs, and has an absentee boyfriend She s also facing a summer full of challenges, including a new girl at the barn, a girl who s anything but friendly Trina s growing up fast and making some tough choices about her future Any YA who loves horses, dogs, or boys ought to enjoy getting to know Trina Ryan I know I did.

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