Fourth Book In Fun Horse Adventure & Driving Carriages

By: WebWire

Dr. Patti Dammier is an educator of horses and riders and has written her fourth children's book. The series “Got Carrots? Rescued Horse” revolves around two young girls whose love of horses and the adventure that again brings them back to Rolling Hills Equestrian Center. During twenty-three-years overseas, while teaching elementary school, she studied equestrian disciplines in Spain, Germany, Portugal, and England. Many of the story situations described in this book are based on her true-life experiences.

Her latest fourth book: “Got Carrots? Rescued Horse: Summer Fun and Driving Carriages,” has exciting stories about horse-drawn carriages. Annie and Cassie continue their studies training Got Carrots? and learning to drive horse carriages. During this next adventure the girls help drive carriages for a children's outing on Horse Island. They learn about the discipline of driving carriages for horse-lovers who have a physical disability. They meet a friend who was injured and learn more about para driving.

This an informative series for middle-grade students interested in such research subjects: aviation and learning to fly, science fairs, anthropology, archaeology, equine fossils, high school program in science and career decisions.

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