Dinkyy the Donut Horse

One bullied girl's fight to survive high school

by Peggy Mullins

 

Book Details

The difficult journey of a bullied, disabled, teenaged girl.

Shy, disabled Poppy moves with her dad to a new town in Virginia the summer before her freshman year of high school. She misses her old fiends but is consoled by one fact: her new house has a barn and a paddock, and she’s finally going to get a horse! But Poppy’s dreams of a great first year are quickly shattered by classmate Holly and her band of relentless bullies. Will Poppy’s friendship with a mysterious neighbor, a misfit horse, and a new boy at school be enough to protect her from Holly’s wrath? As the bullies’ merciless harassment grows more and more threatening, Poppy feels herself beginning to break under the mounting pressure and fear she is forced to endure.

 

About the Author

Peggy Mullins

Peggy Mullins is the author of Everybody Loves Ika: One Woman’s Memoir of Her Dog, an American Pit Bull Terrier, the popular memoir detailing Mullins’ journey of healing with the help of an unforgettable Pit Bull. Mullins lives in Florida with her husband and their beloved dog, Zebra, and has a deep affinity for all animals, especially horses and dogs. Mullins holds a B.A. in Psychology from George Mason University and currently works as a freelance writer. To learn more, visit www.peggymullinsauthor.com or email peggymullins.1@gmail.com.

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