All dreams of finding a new barrel racing horse flew out the window.
The golden palomino standing before her with soft brown eyes and a silver mane and tail was drop dead gorgeous... and much too young to be that pregnant!
What was a filly like her doing at a slaughter house auction?
Would her father let Linda take her home?
Times were hard. Could they afford the vet bills for the filly and her unborn foal? There were bound to be many.
Find the answer to these questions in this amazing Hallmark style story about love at first sight and the girl who just wouldn't give up on the filly called Easter, especially when Mother Nature enters into the fray. Inspired by a true story.
This is the third and last book revolving around the characters introduced in One Frosty Christmas. In saying this, all books are designed as stand alones. It is an ageless classic suitable for readers from 7 to 98.
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Here's what people are saying about A Filly Called Easter:
"My horse crazy granddaughter and I both loved this story."
"Anyone who has ever dreamed of that perfect horse, or felt that connection and pleasure of enjoying the world from the back of a horse, should give this story a try." Janet Veto, VIP Pets, Review.
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Review A Filly Called Easter April 15, 2013 It was late when I finished A Filly Called Easter. Memories of man pre-teen nights under the bed covers with a flashlight and a book from the black-stallion series enveloped me as I turned out the lamp. Hesse continues to demonstrate the strength and abilities of pre-teens/teenagers. From cleaning barns to driving tractors, these ranch kids are capable and are needed. The result is responsible, resourceful and confident kids – characters that I admired. I found the first chapter a bit difficult as I had not read the previous tow books in the series: One Frosty Christmas and The Great Pumpkin Ride. I had to absorb the names and relationships and at some points I found the a little sweet. Ultimately though, I was surprized to find I had kept turning he pages until I finished – out of interest and curiosity, not out of obligation. This book is written for pre- and early teens. Buy it for any dreamy-eyed animal-loving child. Anyone who has ever dreamed of that perfect horse, or felt that connection and pleasure of enjoying the world from the back of a horse, should give it a try. Janet Peto VIP Pets