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Well Written & Inspirational!,

February 20, 2015
Tails cover from Barnes and Noblefeathered quill seal February 20, 2015
This review is from: Tails of Sweetbrier (Kindle Edition)
Tails of Sweetbrier
CoverArt: Excellent

Have you ever really wanted to be able to do something, but you came across a roadblock of some kind? Or maybe
you’re afraid of trying new things, even afraid to follow your dreams? Tails of Sweetbrier is an amazing story about a young
girl with cerebral palsy – doctors say she would never be able to walk, but dad saw another side of it. He and the family owned
Sweetbrier, a horseback riding school, so unstoppable dad brought out the horses, preparing the way for his daughter to ride, the
first being a freckled gray pony by the name of Little Man. From the start, the author’s dad knew that their little girl was a champion
and would have outstanding achievements! Some great advice he gave:

“It will just take time, honey. You need to keep practicing and one day you will be able to do it perfectly.”

“You still need practice and your legs need to be stronger, but you’ll be able to show, too. You can do ANYTHING you want
if you keep trying.”

Courage. Strength. Passion. Read all about it in Tails of Sweetbrier! While you are on author’s Amazon page, check
out Charlie the Horse, Charlene the Star, Charlene the Star and Hattie’s Heroes, and Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog.
Highly recommended!

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