Paisley the Pony and Kanti, an American Indian girl, discover excitement and danger on Assateague Island, Maryland.
They become lifelong friends as they experience life within an Algonquin tribe, including horse racing, basket weaving, prickly pears, mysterious cave animals and drawings, and prancing in the moonlight.
Paisley was one of the ponies on the ship sailing to Spain that wrecked on the island when a fierce hurricane knocked it 1,000 miles off course in 1750. This story is based on true events.
Also look for the Chesapeake Bay Adventure series written by Cindy Freland. Children 6-10 years old will enjoy these stories.
Story written by Cindy Freland and illustrated by Emily Hercock.
Paperback: 42 pages, full color illustrations, large print, ISBN 978-1-941927-94-6, 8.5” x 8.5”