After these things the word of the Lord came to Abram in a vision, saying, “Do not be afraid, Abram. I am your shield, your exceedingly great reward.”
History on Horseback is unique in its horse-centered approach to history, and should appeal to horse lovers young and old!
I can't imagine growing up without animal friends. Pets are such devoted and loyal friends and teach children important qualities.
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1 Sheep are the most frequently mentioned animal in the Bible. Bulls, oxen, cattle come in second.
I love picture books, especially horse picture books! As a horse person, I have pretty high standards as to what qualifies as a good horse book. Here are my top 5.
Popular children's author Marguerite Henry was born Marguerite Breithaupt on April 13, 1902 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She was the youngest of five children.
This beautiful horse picture book has a wonderful message for children - what you are on the outside is not nearly as important as what you are on the inside.
Toby looks like he's dreaming of becoming an Appaloosa after a night with fresh shavings in his stall. Rolling is one of his favorite things to do.
Do your kids look forward to receiving things in the mail? If so, check out the Sonrise Stable Book Club. The book club provides a way to make a gift of the
Billy and Blaze is the simple story of a boy who receives a pony he’d dreamed about. The book struck a chord with readers struggling through the Great Depression.
Book 9 is now available! The scriptural theme of With All You Are is loving God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength. Saddlebred show people, rodeo
Somehow I never read National Velvet as a kid. After reading it yesterday, I feel fortunate I missed it in my younger days. I recommend that you skip this book.
I'm in the last stages of finishing Book 9, With All You Are. I hope to have it in print by November. This book brings together some pretty diverse topics:
Just this side of heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to the Rainbow Bridge.
The day my foster daughter arrived, I was launched into a world out of my comfort zone. She'd seen and experienced things no child her age should have to endure.
My pony, Toby, that I bought from an Amish auction, a year ago encountered a bobcat this morning. He was very frightened, and ran around the field in a panic.
Oops! My secret is out now! I'll confess - I've had some help writing the Sonrise Stable series - a ghost writer. Get it? My cat, Lacey is white, so "ghost."
Amanda Tero, a talented, homeschooled author and musician, reviewed the Sonrise Stable series on her blog, With a Joyful Noise.