Horse Camp : Make New Friends And Keep The Old (DVD)
When Kathy arrives at horse camp, she realizes that she must deal with Stacy, the resident mean girl and best rider. As competition heats up, Kathy learns to recognize the true value of real friendship and her own abilities.
2 in stock (additional units can be purchased)
SKU (ISBN): 9781954458345
Produced by: Bridgestone MultiMedia
Binding: Video DVD
Published: October 2021
Publisher: Bridgestone MultiMedia Group
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An epic tale of betrayal, forgiveness, and redemption! Judah Ben-Hur, a Jewish prince, and Roman officer Messala are friends—until Messala accuses Judah of treason. After spending years as a galley slave, Ben-Hur returns and plots to take revenge against Messala in the chariot races. But will his encounter with Jesus show him a better way? Rated PG-13. Dove faith-based.
Hacksaw Ridge DVD Plus Blu Ray Plus Digital Ultraviolet (DVD)$19.99Add to cart
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