Amanda, a ten-year-old girl, struggles with a medical disorder called dystonia, which has found her in a wheelchair and struggling to keep up with her friends at school. They misunderstand her at first, thinking that her wheelchair makes her different and strange. However, Amanda has something special that she is able to do despite being in a wheelchair. She looks forward to her therapeutic riding lessons and spending time with her trustworthy horse named Toby. Will Amanda be able to show her friends just how similar she really is to the rest of them? This story chronicles the incredible bond between a girl and her horse, and the strength that animal bonds and equine therapy can give to those who need it most.
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Brittany Wigfield (Author)
Brittany Wigfield is a certified therapeutic riding instructor and substitute school teacher in Southwestern Ontario. She graduated from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor's Degree in English Language and Literature, and a Bachelor's Degree...