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Ghost Horses By: Gloria Skurzynski and Alane Ferguson Jonathan Klein
When Ashley, Jack, Ethan, and Summer visit Sacagawea's grave, Ethan is not talkative, and does not like his adopted family. Since Ethan and Summer are Native American, they know plenty of information about Sacagawea. While there, Jack tells Ethan to lighten up, he agrees. Then, he insist that him and Summer teach Jack and Ashley the Ghost Dance.
No worries Len, I got her now, she won't be able to get away any time soon. Nice try, Mariah.
After Summer's story about the ghost horse, Jack didn't smell any smoke. However, he heard a distant whine over the river. He was sure that he was the only one that heard it. He hesitated and wondered why it didn't come from the horse stables, it could have been a ghost horse!
While the family hikes up Walter's Wiggles, rocks fall. Nobody was hurt, they were shaken up. After everyone was okay, Jack blamed the rock falling on Ethan. However, Summer told the group she saw teenagers on the hike as well.
They children had a trap to capture the mustangs, the plan was going great until Summer wanted to change the plan. She cried out, "Don't let the ghost horses get trapped!" She wanted to save the horse. Then, one bolted towards them but first ran into a tree. The kids were startled, but were okay.
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