|Plot Summary of Fear of Falling - Wild at Heart 9|
|"David's going to learn to jump, even if it kills him. And sometimes, he's almost afraid it might-- like when Comet balks and won't go over the crossbar. Now that his dad's back in town, he's promisedto teach David how to jump like a champion. But David can't let him know how scared he is. Because there's one thing he's more afraid of than falling off a horse-- and that's disappointing his dad. If he does, his dad might leave again, and it'll be all David's fault. "
Ruth Miller, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Fear of Falling - Wild at Heart 9|
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- Age 7-10
- a kid
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- White (American)
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- middling sensitive to others' feelings
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- Mostly serious with occasional humor
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- 9 ()
- mostly 1st
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- no torture/death
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