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Spirit of the Saluda River

Spirit of the Saluda River is the story of Spirit, a blind 20+ year-old Shetland pony rescued from an island in South Carolina's Saluda River. Despite a difficult past and obstacles in his recovery, Spirit goes on to become an inspiration, particularly to deaf and blind children. Based on the true story of an incredible pony rehabilitated by Palmetto Equine Awareness & Rescue League (P.E.A.R.L.).

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My Desert Sun

My Desert Sun is the story of Cayuse, a young, free-spirited mustang who lives in the desert and mountains of the American Southwest. While life in the desert is often peaceful and serene, Cayuse spends many days merely fighting for survival. However, he soon learns that survival among mankind is much more difficult.

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Janie's New Legs

Janie's New Legs is the heartwarming story of Silver, a shy pony, rescued from abuse and neglect, and Janie, a fragile young girl, paralyzed from a car accident. Janie meets Silver at a handicapped riding facility, where she goes to escape the constant confinement of her wheelchair. An extraordinary friendship soon develops and the two gradually begin the road to healing and recovery together.

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Luck of the Draw

Luck of the Draw is the story of Lucky, one of the slowest racehorses the world has ever known. Even though Lucky gives racing his all, he never manages to win a race, and soon finds himself working as a jumper and dressage horse. No matter how hard he tries, Lucky seems to fail at all disciplines, but remains hopeful that he will find his purpose.

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Let The Horses Die

Let The Horses Die is a collection of honest and thought-provoking poetry. The poems in Let The Horses Die detail a young woman's journey from a teenager to adulthood, chronicling a rollercoaster of emotions and experiences along the way. From feelings of despair and anger come resilience and strength. Inspired by such notable poets as Edgar Allen Poe, Maya Angelou and Elizabeth Barrett Browning (to name a few), Diana's poems serve as a personal collection of moments that many young people have experienced.

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