When you combine teenage girls with Icelandic Horses you create a magical mixture that is able to defeat evil and turn foes to friends.
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Doug Kane was born in New York City, graduated from the US Merchant Marine Academy, and has traveled the world. Today he has an Icelandic horse farm in Amherst, Ohio. He is very involved in the Icelandic horse community as a member in the Icelandic Horse Congress and participates in many Icelandic horse events. His horses are his passion, and Doug utilized many true experiences in the writing of this book. The horses in Aríel’s Journey are named after his own. Doug’s hobbies are writing and gourmet cooking. Christy Wood was born in Oregon. One of her first jobs was working at Canyonview Horse Camp in Silverton, Oregon. Her experience as a free-lance writer includes promotional marketing and advertising, legal and medical technical writing, work on a celebrity cookbook, and covering the Atlanta Olympics. She too has had the opportunity to travel the world. Christy currently works for the State of Oregon and loves snorkeling, reading, and her three cats, Joe, Helen and Lucy.Review:
An enthusiasm for horses is healthy, but some girls got much more than they bargained for. Ariel's Journey: The Icehorse Adventures is the story of a group of friends gong on a camping trip with the famous and hardy horses of Iceland. Their riding and camping trip soon goes awry as they are tossed back in time by nearly a millennium. The girls are faced with an overwhelming challenge and conflict, facing possible death and potentially something more scary - love. Ariel's Journey is a charming fantasy for preteen fantasy readers who have a love for horses. --Midwest Book Review, January 2009
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