Susan Ketchen is the author of a series of smart, funny, warm-hearted novels about the perils of growing up--or not. More about Susan

In Born That Way 14-year-old Sylvia struggles with an unsatisfied passion for horses and an undiagnosed case of Turner Syndrome.

In Made That Way Sylvia is in treatment for her genetic condition, but must develop a deeper understanding of what "normal" means, and decide how important it is to get there.

In Grows That Way Sylvia continues to explore herd dynamics, whether they be in family life, schoolyard politics, or the paddocks of her friend's stable.

In Rides That Way Sylvia's equestrian plans are reined in after she's accused of dangerous riding. Almost fifteen, Sylvia realizes she's been ignoring an important personal decision.

"Sylvia is unforgettable." More Reviews