Maureen Burke-Horansky’s newly released “One Hundred Days to Save Teddy” shares the eventful journey of an orphan in finding a place of love and hearth

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“One Hundred Days to Save Teddy” from Christian Faith Publishing author Maureen Burke-Horansky is a stirring account of a young orphan girl who, after experiencing harrowing circumstances, settles on a home where compassion and thoughtfulness reign.

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“One Hundred Days to Save Teddy”: a riveting narrative about Teddy, a five-year-old girl who shifts from one foster home to another and is mistreated until she finds solace and comfort with a loving woman and her adorable Labrador. “One Hundred Days to Save Teddy” is the creation of published author Maureen Burke-Horansky, founder of Animal Advocates Moore County.

Burke-Horansky shares, “Teddy is a gorgeous five-year-old, with big blue eyes and curly hair. She often asks Maureen questions far beyond her tiny age and knowledge.

“As a foster child, she is so difficult to handle that she is moved from home to home. Sadly, she has also been treated cruelly, tied to chairs, and denied food.

“Read her moving recovery while living with a woman who loves her and a special Labrador.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Maureen Burke-Horansky’s new book inspires understanding for foster children by relating their moments of joy and pain that forms their character and outlook in life.

Readers will witness a family-oriented masterpiece that imparts the lessons of love and patience in times of confusion and trial.

View the synopsis of “One Hundred Days to Save Teddy” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “One Hundred Days to Save Teddy” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “One Hundred Days to Save Teddy,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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