| The eighth book of the Heartland series focuses on both healing horses along with Amy and Lou healing their family. Heartland is a horse ranch dedicated to healing the emotional and physical scars of hurt and abused horses.
Amy and Ty work at healing several horses. Rosie is a shy appaloosa filly. She refuses to let anyone touch her head or put a halter on. Feather is a gray pony that sometimes rears when his young owner rides him. Jig saw is a riding school pony with a stress fracture.
In this book Amy and Lou also begin a relationship with their father who they haven't seen in twelve years.
Plot & Themes
Time/era of story - 1980's-1999
Animal story Yes
Kind of animal:
Family, struggle with Yes
Struggle with: - Father (or standin)
Is this an adult or child's book? - Adult or Young Adult Book
Gender - Female
Age: - a teen
United States Yes
The US: - Northeast
Farm/Ranch: - ranch - lot of descript of animal care
Amount of dialog - roughly even amounts of descript and dialog