SWEET DREAMS: THE TALKING HORSE FROM BROOKLYN
By Sweet Dreams & Donna Lozito
Illustrated by Jennifer Longworth
** Printed in the USA with Non-Toxic Ink **
Sweet Dreams: The Talking Horse from Brooklyn is a nonfiction children’s book about animal communication and friendship. Each page depicts the adventures of a devoted woman and an injured horse who are determined to help the world realize that animals possess the ability to communicate without words. Based on actual events, this heartwarming story describes a journey of healing by a horse encouraged by his animal friends.
Check out this fabulous review from Natural Horse Magazine:
Book review by Joan Adamak:
“Life’s lessons through a horse.”
“This is a non-fiction book based on events that happened and is written for children ages 5 and up. The author is using the tools of the pictures and thoughts of the animals to help children understand many of the events, which may have already occurred in their lives, and also those experiences that have not. It is the author’s desire and intention to further describe to children what life holds for them, generally speaking, and also how they too can develop their thoughts in order to communicate with their animal friends and pets.
The author will continue her teachings either through extension of the present book or writing some additional books as she has much information to give that she received from Sweet Dreams during their years together. This book is hardback so that it is strong enough to be handled often while in the hands of children and there are life size pictures to enhance the words… demonstrating how humans and animals communicate…thoughts and mental pictures.
I think this is a wonderful teaching tool, not only for children but for adults also and I heartily recommend it.”
– Joan Adamak
– Christina Bethell, PhD, Professor of Child Health, Johns Hopkins University
– Myra Cohen, LMHC
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