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Author Anna Elizabeth Judd

Anna Elizabeth Judd - The Western Novelist

Editorial Review

Anna provides it all as if you are in the saddle along for the journey. Her rare books bring the readers joy from nearly every genre they can appreciate. She exuberantly brings the image and sentiments of the west to full life throughout the storyline. Yet, at the core of Judd’s work is a black stallion who engages life into every aspect of the book. Haystack fills children’s mind with wonder as he interacts with Marshal Spur and the Outrider Gang, to the mild minored young steed who brings Adam to new levels of learning in his life. Then he is brilliantly portrayed as a beautiful Appaloosa stallion in the Broncobuster as Cash.  

In her newest edition, The Handbook of Horsemanship Ann shows her extended knowledge in the art of horse training. As she originally wrote the book for her clients, so after the training with her was complete they would have a guide to take home. It ensured their continued success in the world of horsemanship.

Anna Elizabeth Judd includes a vast trove of Western Novels depicting the “Cowboy Way,” Horse Whispers, Gunslingers, and the Wild West, but very few scratches the surface relative to the vibrant depictions through which Anna takes this storyline in The Hourglass of el Diablo.

The Handbook of Horsemanship

"In any question of wisdom or prudence which the king put to them, he found them ten times better than all the magicians and enchanters in his kingdom."  Daniel 1; 20:

Horsemen are exposed to the inclement weather; hot summer heat, stinging sweat in the eyes, and spring mud up to the knees winter. Not to mention, breaking the ice on the water pails, snow falling, and ice storms. But these inconveniences pale compared to the spiritual enlightenment received spending every day with a horse.   

Competent trainers have passion in their hearts for horses. Horsemanship is learned in a multitude of fashions, but guidance from an Equestrian Professional is the key to success. 

The Hourglass of el Diblo

"Anyone who raises himself up will be humbled, and anyone who humbles himself will be raised up." Mathew 23: 1

The Hourglass of el Diablo takes place in the old west during a time when the terrain was hostile, gunslingers ran throughout the countryside, bringing fear to anyone who crosses their path. A young boy, Jed is forced to endure his father’s wrath after his mother dies suddenly.

In an attempt to secure his father’s admiration, he begs to raise a young colt whose dam dies during birth. It is the first time Jed understands what loving another being truly means. Due to, his desire to leave, he gets a job at the livery stable in town. One evening upon returning home, he is freed from the brutal acts of an abusive parent when his father leaves suddenly. Since the departure left him alone, Jed befriends the devil himself. 

The Broncobusters

Review of BroncoBuster by Anna Elizabeth Judd

By Scott Francis Davis

   

The Broncobusters, by Anna Elizabeth Judd, is included with the vast troves of Western Novels depicting the “Cowboy Way,” Horse Whispers, Gunslingers, and the Wild West, but very few scratch the surface relative to the vibrant depictions through which Anna takes this storyline.

      Images of cattle trails and round pens all come to life courtesy of Judd’s incredible first written venture. You don’t need to be a horseman to like Anna to get the full picture of how life in the Old Frontier use to be…she affords that through her incredible story-telling!

     The Broncobuster you leave you wanting to read more of Judd’s westerns novels. Coming soon…… The Hourglass of el Diablo. Anna provides it all, as if you yourself are in the saddle along for the journey.  This is one of those rare books that comes along where readers from nearly every genre can appreciate and enjoy.  So read, The Broncobuster…and enjoy the trip through time!

 

Review of The Stage Robbery by Anna Elizabeth Judd

By Scott Francis Davis

 

Many of us cannot recall the old western shows on radio and television, where thrilling endings were prompted by “Tune in again next week to see…!”.  The Stage Robbery, by Anna Elizabeth Judd, brings us back to these great old days, where hero and villain alike take us through suspenseful moments of, “Will the Posse find the Marshal?” or “Will the Outlaw Gang get away with another crime?” 

The Old West, a notorious outlaw gang and a well scripted crime all come together in The Stage Robbery, which represents one work in a series of “soon to come” thrillers.  The “Good Guys”, tracking a kidnapped Marshal and his deputies, are one step closer to solving the crime and rescuing the Marshal…or are they?  Again, we see lawman pitched against the bad guy.  Again, we are welcomed to join in on the adventures of Haystack!  But, we’ll have to tune in next time to find out as Judd takes us through the first chapter of this classic western tale.  

In the meantime, for those that appreciate the classic days of westerns and tales of the Old West…or for those who want to go back in time to the good old days for the first time…read The Stage Robbery and be prepared for anything!  Tune in next time until the next review…until then!  

The Stage Robbery

Many of us cannot recall the old western shows on radio and television, where thrilling endings were prompted by “Tune in again next week to see…!” The Stage Robbery, by Anna Elizabeth Judd, brings us back to these great old days, where hero and villain alike take us through suspenseful moments of, “Will the Posse find the Marshal?” or “Will the Outlaw Gang get away with another crime?” 

The Old West, a notorious outlaw gang and a well scripted crime all come together in The Stage Robbery, which represents one work in a series of “soon to come” thrillers.  The “Good Guys”, tracking a kidnapped Marshal and his deputies, are one step closer to solving the crime and rescuing the Marshal…or are they?  Again, we see lawman pitched against the bad guy.  Again, we are welcomed to join in on the adventures of Haystack!  But, we’ll have to tune in next time to find out as Judd takes us through the first chapter of this classic western tale.  

In the meantime, for those that appreciate the classic days of westerns and tales of the Old West…or for those who want to go back in time to the good old days for the first time…read The Stage Robbery and be prepared for anything!  Tune in next time until the next review…until then!  

SPUR UP!

 

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Learn Your ABC's with Haystack

Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack represents a keen way to teach the alphabet to developing children.  Through word associations, rhyming schemes and pictorial representationsLearn Your ABC’S with Haystack promotes effective teaching technologies to advance the knowledge levels of students from pre-school through elementary school. 

From an Instructional Design standpoint Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack superbly promotes learning technology strategies adaptable to many of Gardner’s Learning Styles, which places Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack on a pedestal.  When considering platforms by which to advance basic learning and communication skills, teachers now have an exceptional new tool to aid them in their endeavors. 

Most notably, children will develop a personal relationship with Haystack, a courageous horse who has appeared in several other works. This character bonding boldly prompts young children to develop a relationship based on trustworthiness which can potentially last for many years…much in the way Dr. Seuss and Fred Rogers afforded those of us in “older” generations for several decades, making Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack a must read!

The Boy Who Couldn't Talk

The Boy Who Couldn’t Talk, the story of Haystack and his endeavors, is an incredible western tale.  One part storytelling, one part adventure, The Boy Who Couldn’t Talk is an excellent book for audiences of all ages and experiences.  From those familiar with western life, to new cowpokes, an imaginative tale brilliantly unfolds right before your very eyes

Anna Elizabeth Judd exuberantly brings the images and sentiments of the west to full life through the eyes of a young horse…Haystack.  Haystack experiences a flurry of emotions typically reserved for humans.  Yet Judd compartmentalizes the keen, if not curious, mind of a child all the way through to maturity, and it is through these glasses we are treated to an amazing, inspirational story. 

As Haystack develops throughout the story, we are treated to life in the west and the relationship between trainer and horse.  Educating anyone unfamiliar with western culture is one purpose of Judd’s book.  Yet, at the core of Judd’s work is the special relationship between Haystack, and Adam…the boy who couldn’t talk.  This partnership cemented one final aspect of The Boy Who Couldn’t Talk, the role of God in our lives, prompting Judd’s work as a must read!

The Boy Who Couldn’t Talk is a special work, regardless of one’s age or experiences.  

3 Comments

  • Akash Singh

    Some great childeren books written by Anna Elizabeth. My kids always force me to read some night time stories written specially by Anna Elizabeth.

  • Paula Lopez

    Anna Elizabeth is a wonderful author, her work is truly sensational. My most favorite one is The Stage Robbery, it’s a treat for all the western genre lovers like me.

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