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Liberty Girl

Liberty Girl

by Robert Black
     
 

"Horses are just like people" says Claire Westfield, otherwise known as The Horse Lady. Young Maggie Forrester, an orphan who lives with her grandfather, and Claire, who she helps in her work with abused horses, spend their summer at St. Michael's, a facility for the blind and handicapped. Here they have to deal with damaged teens as well as horses.

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Overview

"Horses are just like people" says Claire Westfield, otherwise known as The Horse Lady. Young Maggie Forrester, an orphan who lives with her grandfather, and Claire, who she helps in her work with abused horses, spend their summer at St. Michael's, a facility for the blind and handicapped. Here they have to deal with damaged teens as well as horses.

They have students who have a variety of disabilities and who cope in a variety of ways. All appreciate the activity and confidence that riding can give them. All except Jeremy who is blind, privileged, emotionally deprived, resistant and uncooperative. Claire has the idea that a blind horse could help him...especially if Jeremy is not aware that the horse is blind.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780880924894
Publisher:
Royal Fireworks Publishing Company
Publication date:
10/28/2006
Pages:
190
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.50(d)

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