Everything you need to understand or teach The Man Who Listens to Horses by Monty Roberts.
The Man Who Listens to Horses is the true story of Monty Roberts who bills himself as a "real-life horse whisperer." Monty details his life story, describing in detail how he cultivates his unique philosophy for working with horses. The book begins with Monty's childhood in Salinas, California and covers the most significant events in his life that shape his profound insights.
In the first part of the book, Monty's details the various highs and lows of his troubled childhood. Although he is lucky enough to be surrounded by horses from the time he is a small child, he also suffers a great deal at the hands of his abusive father. However, within Monty's childhood we see the seeds of the ideas that eventually form his world-renowned ideas about working with horses. For example, when Monty is a young teenager, he has the entrepreneurial vision to round up...
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