Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Review: Horse Gentler in Training by Dandi Daley Mackall

Blurb (from Amazon):

Now younger readers can saddle up and join Winnie and her family at the Willis Wyoming Ranch!

Winnie is the star of the bestselling Winnie the Horse Gentler series that sold more than half a million copies and taught kids around the world about faith, kindness, and horse training. Winnie could ride horses before she could walk, but training them is another story. In this new series, eight-year-old Winnie learns the fine art of horse gentling from her horse wrangler mom as they work together to save the family ranch.

When Winnie’s snobby classmate threatens to stop boarding his champion thoroughbred Princess at the Willis family ranch, Winnie has to come up with a tricky solution to convince him to let her stay. She learns that with God, all things are possible!

My Review: 

Horse Gentler in Training is a cute little book. My daughter and I love Winnie the Horse Gentler series and were not disappointed to read Winnie's earlier years as an eight year old. She is a good little role model for young girls. This story has a beautiful message of trusting in God. Such an inspiration. I, especially, liked the interesting tidbits about the horses in the back of the story. 

I highly recommend Horse Gentler in Training. 

Five plus stars. 

I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.

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