Horsefeathers is a story of friendship written by the Author when she was a 9-year-old girl living on a horse farm in Haymarket, Virginia. This is a story about the open heart and mind of a child who does not see the difference between a horse and a bird, only sees the friendship that was created. While the 9-year-old girl chose the name of the book based on a horse and a bird, the definition of the word “Horsefeathers” reflects a larger meaning behind the story of friendship. Merriam Webster Dictionary defines the word: horsefeathers as something not worth considering; interjection; rubbish; nonsense; bunk.
You cannot judge a person, horse, or bird on what they are but by who they are as a being. A child is not born with prejudices; those are learned ideas.
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