Angel Horses: Divine Messengers of Hope

Angel Horses Divine Messengers of Hope This lovely collection tells of the hope and healing that comes from contact with horses Whether used to give disabled riders a sense of freedom and mobility to heal wounds of childhood abuse to ass

  • Title: Angel Horses: Divine Messengers of Hope
  • Author: Allen Anderson Linda Anderson
  • ISBN: 9781577315186
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
  • This lovely collection tells of the hope and healing that comes from contact with horses Whether used to give disabled riders a sense of freedom and mobility, to heal wounds of childhood abuse, to assist with work, or simply as loving companions, horses bond with people in ways that change them for the better The stories, contributed by people from all over the country aThis lovely collection tells of the hope and healing that comes from contact with horses Whether used to give disabled riders a sense of freedom and mobility, to heal wounds of childhood abuse, to assist with work, or simply as loving companions, horses bond with people in ways that change them for the better The stories, contributed by people from all over the country and from all walks of life, introduce Cholla, the horse who paints pictures a veterinarian who was reminded of the importance of compassion by a dying horse and a Native American chief Star, a horse who saved a teenage girl from suicide the late blooming rider who embarrassed a horse and learned an important lesson about respecting the feelings of others even if they have four legs and many others Whether running through fields or performing intricate dressage drills, horses carry not only riders but messages of unconditional love and hope.

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    1. Angel Horses is fantastic! I've really enjoyed all of the Angel Animal series & would definitely recommend them for their touching & inspiring stories. I beleive that animals are Souls, just as we humans are, & they can teach us so much if we will just listen. Linda & Allen Anderson also have a website for Angel Animals- very nice, good works!

    2. Lots of annoying (to me) issues a horse savvy editor should have caught. Horses are measured in hands, a hand being 4 inches. I think that's even stated in the book. Yet they consistently refer to heights as 16.5 (should be 17.1) and 14.5 (should be 15.1). Annoying and petty, but that's one of the reasons for the lower rating.

    3. This was a good book. The story that stayed with me the most was the last one (I think) about the woman that could hear the horses' thoughts. I've always thought this kind of thing was bs but this story made me stop and think. Definitely recommend it to horse-lovers.

    4. Whether you own a horse, are thinking about owning one, or just like them in general, you'll enjoy the stories in this book. They're uplifting, comical, and a bit sad. Definitely recommend this for animal lovers!

    5. So far i love this book. i know you may want to not read books about horses but this is a really special book, it is like about all these different people who found horses to be their savior.

    6. I absolutely love this book. It has inspired me in many ways and given me many more books to read and more ways to look at life in another being perspective. Great book.

    7. Actually I received a Hardcover of this book as a Christmas gift from my daughter(she knows that "Straight from the Horses' Heart", by R.T. Fitch is 1 of my very favorites,) as well as its author being a personal HEROof mine + many!…just getting started really, although have skipped around 2 see, that I didn't wanna skip, & have begun @ beginning! Yet, to say "page 1" is bit misleading; HC version has fully delicious 10 page "introduction", before its 188 pages.Great so farwill say more [...]

    8. saw this at b and n for 1/2 price and had to get it for mom and me. there were some very sweet stories and then there were some really off-beat/quirky ones. the idea though that horses can calm and communicate if you let them is one i believe in. quick, easy read.

    9. I found the book to be touching and had great stories. It was a compilation of many horse stories,but I would have preferred that it was just one story that was more in depth.

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