“Today’s kids, like kids of every generation, must accept responsibility as they grow up,” Nelson writes. “Growing up is not easy, but it can be easier for them if they too, have a dream to pursue.”
Rhododendron, OR (PRWEB) January 23, 2014
The fear of failure is often enough to prevent people from pursuing their dreams. Heather L. Nelson’s new book for preteens/teens, “First Summer with Horses” (published by AuthorHouse), is the unforgettable tale of two city-bred, horse-crazy girls, unrelentingly pursuing their dream to have a horse of their own.
“First Summer with Horses” is based on Nelson’s first-hand experience, when through perseverance and determination, her dream came true.
“This is an incomparable book,” Nelson explains. “It delves into the burning desire that gives life purpose, from a teen’s point of view.”
About the book: The shared dream of wanting a horse bonds Kandee and Lou into best friends. In their dogged, single-minded determination to get a horse, the girls learn to accept responsibility, work for what they want, accept loss and keep pursuing their dream.
“Today’s kids, like kids of every generation, must accept responsibility as they grow up,” Nelson writes. “Growing up is not easy, but it can be easier for them if they too, have a dream to pursue.” For more information visit http://www.animalstoriesforchildren.weebly.com.
“First Summer with Horses”
By Heather L. Nelson
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 66 pages | ISBN 9781481776820
E-Book | 66 pages | ISBN 9781481776813
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Heather Nelson lives with her family on a farm in the foothills of Mount Hood, Oregon. She has written many children’s stories and has one other publication, “Daisy the Protector Dog.”
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