White Water by Linda I. Shands
(Wakara of Eagle Lodge Book #3)

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Life is full of new challenges for Wakara. Her older brother, Greg, has purchased a spirited Arabian, and Dad wants Greg to teach their little brother, Ryan, how to handle the animal. But knowing Ryan, Wakara fears something awful will happen. And just when she thinks she and Colin might become more than friends, he starts ignoring her. To make matters worse, Dad is suddenly treating her like a little kid, and she can't figure out why.

When Grandpa Sheridan, visiting from Ireland, gives Wakara a journal that belonged to her great-grandfather, she uncovers a stunning surprise: The first Wakara was indeed her ancestor, but she wasn't even close to who Wakara thought she was.

A trip to Eagle Lodge is always an adventure, and this Spring Break is no different. A bear destroys the supply shed and attacks the horses, putting everyone's nerves on edge. Then, a white water rafting trip turns from excitement to fear when Ryan is swept out of the boat. Will Wakara lose another person she loves in the White Water?
 

About Linda I. Shands

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Linda I. Shands is the author of numerous articles, four adult novels, and one nonfiction book. She lives on a small ranch in Cottage Grove, Oregon, with her husband, a cat, two horses, and twin golden retrievers.
 
Published September 1, 2001 by Revell. 176 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Children's Books. Fiction

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