"Raney, dear, not everyone can be a winner," teases Beatrice Clover. It's true that Miss Raney and her plodding old horse, Thunder, have never won a single prize at the Washita County Fair. This year Raney is determined to present those judges with the finest stack of biscuits they could ever hope to taste- and win that blue ribbon. But then Raney has more troubles than she can shake a spoon at. Her biscuits burn. Fiddle-dee-dee! Her flour bin is empty. Horsefeathers! A bad storm is brewing and she needs to get to the store fast- but Old Thunder just clop-clop-thunk-thunks along. Still, Miss Raney is mighty determined. Can she and her faithful friend, Old Thunder, find a way to become winners at last? Told in a folksy down-home voice and illustrated in exuberant watercolors, this spirited tale just goes to show that with a little luck, a lot of pluck, and a good friend, dreams can come true. Yes, indeedy!
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