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by Lapo Melzi
Jamie and Acorn's friendship is one for the books: their attachment is unbreakable, their mutual understanding uncanny and their adventures legendary. But one day everything changes. Jamie steps in to defend one of his classmates from his teacher and suddenly everybody turns on him. Worse, they use his friendship with a horse to bully him. Attacked on all sides, Jamie has to decide whether to desert Acorn or fight for what he truly believes in, both for himself and his best friend.
★★★★★ …A story about true friendship, the one with the capital F, pure and unfiltered, friendship as a loyal relationship that can be created if armed with patience and understanding toward the other. — Barbara B., il LIBRO che PULSA.---
★★★★★ …Jamie has a lovely story, and the author brings it out perfectly. This is a really good book for anyone of any age to read. — Serenity Sheild, Lovely Reads.
★★★★★ ...This book should be in Guidance offices everywhere. — Vicky Brinius, Deal Sharing Aunt.
★★★★ …Every child that has ever been faced with not fitting in should read this book. — Jackie Anton, Backyard Horse Tales.
★★★★★ …This book is a perfect example of how important animal relationships can be to humans. — Joy Hancock, Aspiring Joy.
Lapo Melzi is a poet, writer and filmmaker. A Fulbright scholar, he received his MFA from renowned NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He was featured in American Shoot Magazine’s prestigious “New Director’s Showcase” and his PSA for Black History Month “Black Rose” is part of the permanent media collection of MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) of New York. After his second bout with cancer, he finally made the leap to novel writing and has never looked back. Horse Sense is his debut novel.
by Karen A Wyle
Can they help each other heal? Joshua Gibbs survived the Civil War, building on his wartime experiences to become a small town doctor. And if he wakes from nightmares more often than he would like, only his dog Major is there to know it. Then two newcomers arrive in Cowbird Creek: Clara Brook, a plain-speaking… [Read More]
by Colin Garrow
In a not quite Post-Victorian, steampunk parallel universe, Holmes and Watson continue their fight against crime. Based on the infamous Blog of the same name, this indecorous take on the Holmes and Watson stories pitch the detecting duo into Whitechapel, the Western Isles and the Village of the Damned. Adult humour throughout. THE WATSON LETTERS… [Read More]
Shahua is a very magical cat, who can cross time and space, bringing luck and good fortune to those hoomins who deserve it. In Taiwan Mark and Kitty save Shahua from certain death. She/he magically brings good fortune to Kitty and her family of cats. Twenty years later Mark meets Ping, “the cat lady” in… [Read More]
Dramatizes the lives of the Valdez Protestant family and Garcia Catholic family, highlighting everyday Filipino life. Explores how and why religion affects each family according to underlying perceptions of the world and why Catholics have more children than Protestants, and differences between rich/poor, exploiters/exploited, powerful/powerless, men/women. How do they actually come about? Here I narrate… [Read More]
by Carly Kade
Part Three of the In the Reins series Just when everything is starting to come together in life and love, fate throws a curveball at wannabe cowgirl Devon Brooke. She has some tough decisions to make regarding cowboy McKennon Kelly, her future plans and her beloved horse Faith. Devon is devastated when a simple mistake… [Read More]