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Children’s Book Review: “Jeannie’s Crab Lake Winter Tales”

“Jeannie’s Crab Lake Winter Tales” By David Mulford. Illustrated by Christine Cathers Donohue Jeannie’s Crab Lake Winter Tales is a magical, mesmerizing story not to be missed by children and their families. They will eagerly turn the pages, anxious to learn what happens next. In this series of incredible short stories, you will love meeting…

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Book Reviews Needed

Hi. It’s Janet. Do you love to read books about horses and their lives with humans? Do you like to tell your friends, family, and social media buddies about what you’re reading? I’m searching for people to read horse-themed books – both nonfiction or fiction – and write book reviews for this blog. Arabian Horse…

BOOK REVIEW: Arabian Horses At Play I Could Watch Them Every Day

This is the sweetest children’s book! Arabian Horses At Play, I Could Watch Them Every Day is a fun read for any horse lover. For readers not familiar with lingo commonly used in Arabian horse circles, author Michelle Laucke provides a handy vocabulary list of definitions with pronunciations that gives another level of insight, and…

Nae reviews: Barefoot Pastures – Book Two by Lili Mahoney

This is a book review of Lili Mahoney’s Barefoot Pastures, book 2. Lili Mahony lives in a rural area of Texas Hill Country, where her husband, three kiddos, dogs, and miscellaneous other critters. Once again, Lili has put the emotions and attitudes of a teenager into a well written and captivating story. Both Barefoot Pastures books…

Memoir: A Riding Life: Memories, Dreams, Art and Love by Shelley Groom Trevor

A Riding Life: Memories, Dreams, Art, and Love — A New Memoir by Shelley Groom  (coauthored by Tobi Lopez Taylor) by Tobi Lopez Taylor | Aug 2, 2019 Shelley Groom Trevor, a lifelong horsewoman, successfully showed Arabian horses throughout the U.S. and in Canada for her grandfather Ed Tweed’s Brusally Ranch in Scottsdale, Ariz. Shelley is known today…

Orzel: Scottsdale’s Legendary Arabian Stallion

In 1967, Scottsdale’s longtime Arabian horse breeder Ed Tweed embarked on a mission to race the horses he bred. He imported a chestnut Arabian stallion from Poland named Orzel, or “Eagle” in English, that flew past competitors to become the first U.S. National Racing Champion. Among other wins in halter and performance, Orzel was the…

Nae reviews: Barefoot Pastures – Book One by Lili Mahoney

This is a book review of Lili Mahoney’s Barefoot Pastures, book 1. Lili Mahony lives in a rural area of Texas Hill Country, where her husband, three kiddos, dogs, and miscellaneous other critters create just enough chaos to keep her seated and not lost in another novel. She not only wrote a beautiful book of…