|Plot Summary of Good-bye, Midnight Wanderer|
|"As a young girl, Ashleigh lived on her parent's Thoroughbred racing farm. Though in love with all the young horses, Ashleigh finds one that she immediately bonds with-a gorgeous black colt. The only problem is, her parents are set on selling him, just like they did to all their young horses.
But that isn't her only problem. As her parents are making a deal with some people to sell Midnight, Ashleigh watches as the colt and another begin to fight, rearing up and thrashing. With a crack, the beautiful black colt's leg breaks during the fight.
Deciding at once that it was her fault, Ashleigh struggles to help Midnight heal his broken leg, despite the vet's suggestion of putting him down.
Mariann Lilly, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Good-bye, Midnight Wanderer|
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- Age 11-14
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- White (American)
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