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Panda: A Guide Horse for Ann

Panda A Guide Horse for Ann People are often surprised when they first see Panda guiding her owner Ann Edie through her New York town Panda is a miniature horse and she knows how to help Ann go anywhere she wants to go As a gu

People are often surprised when they first see Panda guiding her owner, Ann Edie through her New York town Panda is a miniature horse, and she knows how to help Ann go anywhere she wants to go As a guide horse, it is Panda s job to see for Ann, guiding her across busy streets, through crowded buildings, and even into cars or onto trains Panda is one of the first miniatuPeople are often surprised when they first see Panda guiding her owner, Ann Edie through her New York town Panda is a miniature horse, and she knows how to help Ann go anywhere she wants to go As a guide horse, it is Panda s job to see for Ann, guiding her across busy streets, through crowded buildings, and even into cars or onto trains Panda is one of the first miniature horses to be trained as a guide animal, and she takes her responsibility to Ann very seriously Ann and Panda use special signals to tell each other when to stop, when to go, or where there might be danger Together they can tackle almost any situation with confidence.

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  1. Linda says:
    Easy non fiction about the training of Panda, a miniature horse, to be a guide animal for Ann, who is blind With great explanations and lots of clear photos, this is a wonderful introduction to this relatively new field in which horses can be useful to humans Very well done.


  2. Amy says:
    Long picture book with a few too many details that drug it down, in our opinion but still, an interesting concept to learn about.

  3. Teri says:
    Nice to have exposure to mini horses as guide animals, but SO poorly written and LONG We just enjoyed the pictures.

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