YORK, S.C. — Author Linda Amick Algire fondly remembers spending time with her horses at her grandparents’ farm. This love stayed with her throughout life and inspired her future ownership of four horses of her own. Algire studied natural horsemanship and shares these lessons in her new book, “Thank You, God, for Everything — Especially Horses” (published by WestBow Press), an in-depth look at horses and the lessons they can teach their owners about life and God.
“There are wonderful parallels between what horses teach humans and what God wants us to learn,” Algire says. “Perhaps this gracious creature, the horse, is a gift to help us truly understand what God wants to share.”
“Thank You, God, for Everything — Especially Horses” explores the lessons horses can teach about trust, respect, appropriateness, patience, forgiveness, presence, decision making and more. The book combines the author’s love of horsemanship and faith. Even for readers unfamiliar with horses, the author’s personal journey of faith and love will serve as an inspiration.
“Thank You, God, for Everything — Especially Horses”
By Linda Amick Algire
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 160 pages | ISBN 9781512708905
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 160 pages | ISBN 9781512708899
E-Book | 160 pages | ISBN 9781512708882
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Linda Amick Algire finds horse behavior fascinating. She currently lives in South Carolina with her husband, daughter, four horses, six cats and one dog. The horses continue to teach important lessons about life, and Algire nourishes her faith with worship and Bible study. She is qualified to teach natural horsemanship and loves to share this knowledge and passion through her writing. Readers can find more information at www.fawnsongfarm.com
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