We Will Be Friends Forever

by Robert L. Heichberger



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/3/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 26
ISBN : 9781524670665
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 26
ISBN : 9781524670658

About the Book

This story was inspired by the author’s two granddaughters and is based upon a true event. One evening, the two young granddaughters were in their yard at their home in South Carolina. It was already dusk, but the full moon was giving light to the yard. The girls could not believe what they saw coming down their long tree-lined driveway. To their amazement, they could see a very young paint-colored pony sauntering in their yard. Both girls, aged nine and twelve, were delighted with what they saw. They were so excited they just could not believe their eyes. You see, the girls love horses and all that nature provides. This story depicts the bond of friendship that can be developed between the pony and the young girls. The story shows how friendships can develop in all forms and at any age between people and their fondness for animals. Clearly, the story of We Will Be Friends Forever demonstrates that friendships can be developed when a friendly hand is extended. Both young and old will love this touching story as to how friendships are built with a bond of trust and kindness. To all our readers, enjoy!

About the Author

Dr. Robert L. Heichberger is professor emeritus at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Fredonia and an award winning author. He has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the University. Dr. Heichberger has been a teacher, distinguished professor, and public school administrator, and university administrator for sixty-five years. He is a popular newspaper columnist. His wife Elaine, is a retired teacher and musician. They have two grown children and six grandchildren. His grandchildren have been an inspiration to him in the writing of his children’s books. He has worked with thousands of students of all ages from primary age to advanced graduate students. Often, school and libraries invite him to read or tell a story to children. He is a popular storyteller and is often invited for a return engagement. These same young children later, when planning their high school graduation, often invite Dr. Heichberger to be their commencement speaker. He is a popular keynote and motivational speaker. Dr. Heichberger’s major interests are his family, his church, his country, and several thousands of students with whom he has worked over these past many years. Hs motto throughout life has been: “Do unto others wheat you have others do for you.”