#Giveaway #BlogTour ~ Wonder Horse by Anita Daher @chapterxchapter @anitadaher @RebelightBooks

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Wonder Horse by Anita Daher

Publication Date: May 8, 2015

Publisher: Rebelight Publishing

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Fitting into a new school in a new city isn’t easy, but dreams come true for Sera with a gift from her parents: a gorgeous and spirited American Paint horse. Sera’s bubble bursts when a mean girl, Brittany, tells her that neither she nor her less than well-trained horse belong with the rest of the “reiners” in their riding class. As Sera sets out to prove Brittany wrong, she risks losing her passion for training and the friendship of Dev, another girl who truly understands her.

An earlier version of this story was originally published by Stabenfeldt (Stavanger, Norway) in 2011 as Wager the Wonder Horse and distributed in six languages: Norwegian, Hungarian, Czech, German, Finnish and Swedish.

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Anita DaherAnita Daher has been entrenched in the publishing industry since 1995, and is (thus far) author of fourteen books for children and teens. Aside from short stints as grave-plot seller, tour guide, and children’s party clown, she’s worked in aviation, publishing and broadcasting. When not word wrangling, she enjoys inhabiting characters on stage and screen.

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Giveaway Information:  Winner will be drawn June 26, 2015

·         Two (2) winners will received a physical copy of Wonder Horse by Anita Daher (US/Canada)

·         Five (5) winners will receive a digital copy of Wonder Horse by Anita Daher (INT)

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2 Comments

  1. My granddaughter loves horses and loves to read anything about horses, this book “Wonder Horse” by Anita Daher, sounds like it would be a very interesting and growth building read for her to learn to handle bullies and to keep on trying her best no matter what others say or do. I think it would be great to read.

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  2. Thanks for your note, Dorothy! This story was inspired by my real life daughter and her relationship with the real life Wager (though the story is made up). We’ve moved many times in our lives, and it was sometimes hard for our girls to adjust new schools, connect with new friends. They also, unfortunately, experienced bullying.
    We were very lucky to have the real Wager (who is EXACTLY like the Wager in the story!) in our lives for five years. Hope your granddaughter loves Wager as much as we do 🙂

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