Two to Tango: A Natalie Story

Two to Tango: A Natalie Story

by Kelsey Abrams, Jomike Tejido

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ISBN-13: 9781631631542
Publisher: North Star Editions
Publication date: 01/01/2018
Series: Second Chance Ranch
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 120
File size: 7 MB
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Jomike Tejido is an author and illustrator who has illustrated the books I Funny: School of Laughs and Middle School: Dog’s Best Friend, as well as the Pet Charms and I Want to Be . . . Dinosaurs! series. He has fond memories of horseback riding as a kid and has always liked drawing fluffy animals. Jomike lives in Manila with his wife, two daughters, and a chow chow named Oso.

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Two to Tango: A Natalie Story 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
GratefulGrandma More than 1 year ago
This was a sweet story about a young girl who is going through a rough time. She is the oldest sister of 4 girls, one with autism and twins who were adopted. Natalie's mom is a vet, and her dad runs the ranch where everyone helps with the rescue animals. Natalie's best friend Sophie has moved away and she misses her a lot. She meets a new girl who she thinks will become good friend but has very different interests. Natalie was a barrel racer, who outgrew her horse and was looking for a new one. When Tango is brought to the rescue center something is different. He was not abused or neglected, but no one had filed a report of a missing horse. Natalie wants to train Tango to become a barrel racer but is having no luck. Natalie soon realizes that Tango doesn't respond to the commands because he is trained as an English horse. The story shows a family that works together and pulls together to help one another. Natalie learns a lesson about learning about others and liking people (and animals) for who they are, and not trying to change them to be who you want them to be. She also learns about accepting disappointment and making the best of a situation. A great story for young girls (7 to 10). This is an early chapter book that would be enjoyed by young girls ages 7 to 10. A great addition to school, family or class library. The publisher generously provided me with the book via Netgalley.