Megan and the Cyclist

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Megan and the Cyclist

One summer’s day during the school holidays, Megan and Jane decide to go cycling in the countryside.

They stop for lunch in a village en route and Jane gets her first lesson in seeing and touching Grrr, Megan’s friendly ghost Siberian tiger.

After resting, they get back underway on the second half of their circular journey. Suddenly, they come across an injured cyclist and get him to hospital.

The grateful boy and his parents want to thank Megan and Jane and a long friendship ensues, beginning with riding lessons on Will’s family’s farm.

Megan’s knowledge expands when she meets her mount, and later when her Spirit Guide answers her questions.

If you click on the series title – The Megan Series – you will be able to download the first 12 volumes free as well 🙂

1 review for Megan and the Cyclist

  1. Nicollette Blackeagle

    I love to listen to these books with my tween Goddaughter because it opens a path of communication especially questions. We both enjoyed this book and she actually understood the message behind the story. I am not thrilled with the narrator because his voice just doesn’t seem to fit any of the characters. I still highly recommend this book and series to be listened to with an adult because it can open up an open honest conversation between you and tweens or young teenage girls. I received this book from Audiobooks Unleashed and this is my honest unbiased review.

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