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Decorative Ornaments

'Tis the donate a book and put a smile and a warm holiday glow on a child's face.

The SOUL Harbour Ranch Animal Therapy Program will be visiting Rush University Medical Center in December and each $10 donation will allow you to gift a child and/or their siblings with one of our children's books. All extra books will be added to our treasure chest for future visits.

You can DONATE HERE or click on our

personalized Paypal QR code (at right) to donate 

$10 for each book through the PayPal Giving Fund

(100% of each donation comes back to us!)

“WHAT ABOUT ME” – Every day is a special day at SOUL Harbour Ranch! There are so many people to visit and hugs to receive. On this particular day, it’s a special party that night that sends the SOUL Harbour Ranch herd of mini therapy horses to the Graceful Gallop Mall in search of something special to wear to the party. Each of the horses has an idea about what to buy, but not poor Mystery. Mystery searches the whole mall looking for the one thing that will make her feel special. Just when she thinks she’s found that perfect something, Mystery can’t help wondering if she’s missing something … something even better than anything she could buy at the mall. Join Mystery and the rest of the SOUL Harbour Ranch herd as they discover the true meaning of “special.”

"What about Me" was written by 2 of our SOUL Harbour Ranch volunteers, Vicki Coleman and Lynn Greifer; illustrated by Dan Dziewor

“MAGIC SHOES”Mystery and Turnabout are miniature therapy horses who visit with many people, including children. When Mystery and Turnabout visit children at the hospital, Mystery is certain it is her magical pink, sparkly shoes that make her visits so special. How else can Mystery explain the unconditional love that is exchanged between herself and the children when they touch her fur, and she nuzzles their faces? Join Mystery and Turnabout as they visit children at the hospital, and Mystery discovers true magic.

"Magic Shoes" was written by Penelope LaRock and illustrated by Catharine Nimon



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