The Stallion and His Peculiar Boy (Paperback)
World War II is raging. Hitler is hiding away the world's most beautiful purebred horses in a little village in Czechoslovakia. Lipizzaners, Thoroughbreds and the prize Polish Arabians are being used in his experiments to create the perfect war horse.
A peculiar twelve-year-old boy from the village named Teodor becomes the groom for one of those special horses - Witez II, one of the most famous Arabian stallions of all time. Witez helps the boy face his challenges and find his voice at a time when little is known about the condition now called "Autism."
The Stallion and His Peculiar Boy blends the suspense of a World War II military rescue operation with the subsequent challenges of resettlement in a new land.
Click "Buy Now" on the right to begin the adventure★"The exquisite blend of historical fact and intricate details about autism are wound into a novel replete with much attraction, making for a highly recommended pick." Midwest Book Review
★"Readers will fall in love with Evans' masterful plotline and stunning use of descriptive imagery." Maincrest Media Review
★"Evans brings history to life in this fictional account, one so rich in detail and realism that you are enfolded in the fabric of the story." Readers' Favorite Review