Holly Horse and the Great Quest

Books for Kids

Children - Animals
40 Pages
Reviewed on 08/05/2013
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Author Biography

Jenny Loveless was born in Saint Louis Missouri in 1977. When she was three years old she was adopted to a family in California where she was raised by her adoptive mother Connie. Before being adopted, Jenny started out as one of Connie's Daycare children. She eventually went on to stay with Connie, being raised inside the In Home Daycare where she attained the experience of working with children as she grew. "When I was in high school, I wasn't allowed to hang out with my friends in the summer or after school. It was straight home to help my mom with the Daycare kids," Jenny says.

When Jenny grew to adulthood, she continued working with children in several other In Home Daycares and also as a nanny for several years. Since she has had her own three children, she has decided to stay home and put all of her time and focus into her own family.

Jenny Loveless enjoys what she does as a homemaker, however she misses the opportunity to be a part of the development of other children. To continue to be of service to others, Jenny has gone on to write four inspirational children's books, all with valuable life lessons to help inspire children to believe in themselves, and their dreams.

Jenny has several dreams of her own on her list of goals. One, is to do influential seminars in high schools and teach students to continue believing in their goals, and use perseverance to achieve them.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Holly Horse and The Great Quest by Jennifer Loveless is a delightful book about Holly the horse, her adventures, and her meeting Gary the goat with whom she becomes very friendly.

This is one of the best children's books I have read because it is so simple. It is educational as well with a delightful concept behind the story. The book introduces young readers to the world of animals, how they like to make friends with other animals, and how they also lead adventurous lives. Gary the goat is another likable character.

The story is complemented beautifully through pictures. The illustrations are absolutely stunning in their texture and style. That makes the book even more attractive for a young reader. The illustrations have also created an identity for the animals and their surroundings. Both Holly and Gary are illustrated so well that they remain in your mind. The mountains, the animals and the delectable grass are all fascinating for a little child.

It's a story book which every school library should keep because it really develops children's comprehension skills. It also makes them curious to read more about animals and perhaps try out coloring pictures. A stimulating, fun read for any young child.