Judy Andrekson grew up in Nova Scotia with a pen in one hand and a lead rope in the other. At the age of twenty, she moved to Alberta, where she could pursue her great love of horses, and there she found her dream job managing a thoroughbred racing/breeding farm. By her thirties, Judy had also begun to write seriously. Now she combines both of her passions in her new series for young readers, True Horse Stories. Judy also works as an educational assistant. She, her husband, John, and their daughter, Kate, live in Sherwood Park, Alberta, along with a constantly changing assortment of animals.
Praise for Miskeen: The Dancing Horse
"Andrekson really embraces the storytelling heart of her material ... with a high degree of emotional engagement, complicated relationships and issues, and a well-realized personality."
-- Quill and Quire Praise for Little Squire: The Jumping Pony
"This is a lovely book, and I would recommend it not only to horse lovers, but to young readers who enjoy historical fiction."
Highly Recommended -- CM Magazine