Panda

Panda

A Guide Horse for Ann

Book - 2005
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Baker & Taylor
Describes the average day of miniature horse Panda as she works as a guide for her blind owner Ann, the history behind guide horses, and the kind of training Panda had to go through before she graduated from the program.

Perseus Publishing
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 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.


Boyd Brew
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 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.


Boyds Mills Pr
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 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.


Baker
& Taylor

Follows the special relationship between Ann Edie and Panda, one of the first miniature horses to be trained as a guide animal, as they use signals to communicate so that Ann can navigate through the world safely and with confidence.

Publisher: Honesdale, Pa. : Boyds Mills Press, c2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781590781845
1590781848
Branch Call Number: YS 636.1 HAN
Characteristics: 48 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Soderstrom, Neil
Alternative Title: Guide horse for Ann

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