Molly the Pony: A True Story (Hardcover)
A small pony survives Hurricane Katrina and the loss of a leg to become a therapy animal (6-9).
— From Beginning Readers
Molly is abandoned during Hurricane Katrina. After she is rescued, she is attacked by a dog and must undergo a rare surgery for horses: amputation of her front leg. Now fitted with a prosthetic limb, Molly re-learns how to walk and embarks on a new mission as a therapy horse.
This remarkable story of a courageous horse is now in a brand-new format created especially for beginning readers.
About the Author
Pam Kaster is a photographer and the author of Zydeco Goes to Horse Camp. She lives in Zachary, Louisiana.
“This unique and well-crafted book will appeal to beginning readers everywhere, who will cheer and be inspired by Molly as she overcomes obstacles and enjoys a productive life.” – School Library Journal