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For the horse-lover in everyone.

February 20, 2015
5.0 out of 5 starsTails cover from Barnes and Noblefeathered quill seal, February 20, 2015
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This review is from: Tails of Sweetbrier (Paperback)
Tails of Sweetbrier by Deanie Humphreys-Dunne is akin to The Saddle Club TV series but without the drama. Ms. Humphreys-Dunne shares her own personal story of growing up with a disability and the desire to become an equestrian. Instead of the rivalry depicted in the TV series, readers will find a loving and supportive family, and a very determined father who taught his daughter not only to become an award winning rider but to know that she could do anything she wanted in spite of her disability. This is a heart-warming story written in simple prose that 9 to 12-year-olds will devour. Readers will love the details about the Sweetbrier Farm, the horses, and the strong determination of Ms. Humphreys-Dunne as she manages her disability. Tails of Sweetbrier makes one want to visit Sweetbrier Farm and take some riding lessons!
  1. Thank you ellisnelson and Kelzbelzphotography for liking the newest review for my book! Have a great weekend and thanks for visiting.

  2. Looks like a great book Deanie!

  3. Thanks, Tony, it’s a story that proves all things are possible if you never give up on your dreams.

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