A gentle story of family separation among refugees - teaching empathy and courage through the eyes of a wild mustang.
Two sisters, born wild and free to graze and gallop with their herd, live peacefully on a prairie they've called home for generations. One day, a greedy human has another plan for their land, and they are chased into the desert. What will our brave young friend do when she finds herself homeless and separated from her sister?
From debut author-illustrator Charlotte Manning comes this compassionate and urgent call to understand the plight of so many refugees forced to flee their homes, and torn from family along the way.
Suitable for young readers aged 5 and older as a thoughtful introduction to or discussion of this subject.