Return to Manitou



➪ Return to Manitou Read ➲ Author Nancy J. Bailey – E17streets4all.co.uk Did you know a horse can teach you what true moxie is A boy falls through the ice and finds an ingenious way to save himself A German shepherd chases away an apparition All are episodes of the courage Did you know a horse can teach you what true moxie is A boy falls through the ice and finds an ingenious way to save himself A German shepherd chases away an apparition All are episodes of the courage displayed in Return to Manitou In this poignant and inspiring sequel to Clifford of Drummond Island, two Morgan horses live by example, showing their owner how to survive injury, tragedy and grief A true story and an unforgettable read Morgan Horse that is Return to eBook é witty, engaging, and at times, laugh out loud funny Best of all, Bailey admits to her equine shortcomings with hilarious results Hallie McEvoy, Horseman s Yankee Pedlar Drummond Island History, Folklore and Early People.Return to Manitou

Nancy Bailey is an animal behaviorist and author who lives in Michigan She is most noted for her book Clifford of Drummond Island, a true story of the author and her amazing horse companion Clifford is an intelligent Morgan horse who Nancy taught to dance, play with toys and even paint She travels around the country with Clifford doing shows at expos, nursing homes, schools and libraries Clifford serves as a source of inspiration for her works Her interest in animal behavior Return to eBook é started as a young girl when she taught her Labrador retriever to jump through a hoop and climb a ladder Nancy is a self taught trainer and acquired her skills from simply observing animal behaviorWhen not spending time with her animals, Nancy enjoys painting Her work is inspired by her appreciation and love of nature She creates many of the illustrations in her books.

Return to Manitou MOBI ↠ Return to  eBook é
  • Paperback
  • 168 pages
  • Return to Manitou
  • Nancy J. Bailey
  • English
  • 13 March 2019
  • 0595339239

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