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JB Max Publishing is pleased to confirm that Believing In Horses will be officially released on March 21, 2011. For order information, click here.

Maryland author Valerie Ormond’s debut novel details the very real issue of the unwanted horse problem in the United States, and one girl’s commitment to saving a group of horses.  Although a work of fiction, many of the issues addressed are true to life.  According to the 2010 American Horse Publications survey, the issue of unwanted horses 
ranked number one in the area of concerns among horse people.

A portion of the proceeds from the book will be donated to the non-profit organizations Freedom Hill Horse Rescue, in Calvert County, Md., and Thoroughbred Placement and Rescue, Inc., in  Prince George’s County, Md.  Both organizations supported the author’s 
research for the book and are active “horse savers.”

Jonathan Boudin, President of J.B. Max Publishing, stated: “This is a story that has to be known,” when he made the offer to publish the book. “The depths of the descriptions throughout the book are such that I felt like I was actually there with Sadie in her adventures. The story is very inspiring, particularly to kids who want to make a difference and have their voices heard.  This is a story that teaches not only about horses, but also about lobbying, campaigning, and having a voice.”

3/14/2011 17:01:07

We are so very proud of Valerie and this truly inspiring story of a strong little girl. Sadie is a character that warms your heart and the whole book just makes you want to read more and more..very educational too. Just a lovely read! We are so honored to be a part of this novel.

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3/14/2011 19:05:11

Valerie ! Congratulations on finally getting this story told. You and Sadie will help children for many generations learn about the plight of our gallant equine friends and the people that want to help them. Education is the key to preserving the horses future.

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3/15/2011 03:57:59

I cannot wait to read the story that I think will inspire children and adults alike to aid in the preservation of our cherished horses and other creatures.

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JB Max Publishing
3/15/2011 07:02:18

Thank you all for your support. The great thing about this book is that it is not only educational, but inspiring and realistically told from a 12-year-old perspective. We are all counting down the days to the release!

Jonathan

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