“Right now I’m reading and studying ‘Horse Speak: The Equine-Human Translation Guide’ by Sharon Wilsie and Gretchen Vogel. It’s about listening and talking with horses using the same body language and breath sounds that they use to communicate with each other. Using the techniques in the book, I’m building a deeper understanding and a more fulfilling relationship with my horse. Being with horses balances and grounds me, and this book has taken that to a whole new level allowing me to pace myself through the pandemic without chomping at the bit.”— JANET MORELLI, Portland


Mainers, please email to tell us about the book on your bedside table right now. In a few sentences, describe the book and be sure to tell us what drew you to it as the pandemic and its ripple effects recede in Maine. Was it a need to escape, a need to dig deeper? Something else? Send your pick to [email protected], and we may use it as a future Bedside Table.


 


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