Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Review: T-Bone, The Flying Horse by:Janice Virant

About the Book:
The Magic of a Special Friendship! Poor T-Bone is a failed racehorse who spends time alone in his stall, wishing that he could be special. Little does he know that a lonely, loving girl who adopts him is about to make his dreams come true in a way he could never have imagined. The power of their bond creates a completely unexpected surprise! Join T-Bone and his friend as they enjoy an exciting adventure made possible by happiness and love. Adults and children alike will cherish this rhyming tale about the ways in which friends change each others lives.

About the Author:
Janice Virant lives in Littleton, Colorado. She grew up on a farm in Chesterfield, Missouri. An avid horsewoman, T-Bone was her adopted racehorse whose beauty and unconditional love inspired this story. When not creating fun rhyming stories about her real-life pets, she works as a registered nurse, rides her horses, hikes with her dogs and husband, cooks, skis, does yoga, and enjoys time with family and friends. She has a BS in nursing and a BA in theatre.

My Review:
 Come along and read a  light hearted children's book about a horse that only changed the life of one little girl that chose to adopt him but who also learned of his own magic. T-Bone also gives credit to the girl that changed him too. All T-Bone ever wanted was to become a race horse but they dream seemed almost impossible until a young girl came along to change all of that. She loved him and cared for him. She taught him to leap over tall things and before long he jumped over her rooftop.

 It wasn't long until strange things started happening to this sweet horse, he sprouted wings. Soon T-Bone realizing his special gift of friendship wanted to venture out and share it with the world. So leaving the girl, after a fancy sight seeing trip around the world, T-Bone struck out to share his friendship and the magic that little girl created in him.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.

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