Author, Dog Trainer, Dairy Goat Farmer
Blind since the age of 15 months, Reyna Bradford homesteads her own hobby farm on the Flint Hills of Kansas. A life-long animal lover, she currently shares her home with nine dogs, multiple cats, and Angora rabbits. She raises registered Nubian dairy goats and has learned to do all kinds of things with the milk, including making cheese, soap, and yogurt.
Reyna is passionate about training and showing her dogs in companion and performance events with the American Kennel Club. She is a proud Kansas who loves to share the beauty of her home state with her readers.
To learn more about Reyna's inspiring life and to follow her blog: www.reynawrites.com
For a sneak-peek into Reyna's life on her farm and with her dogs.
In My Hands
...Stories Of The Land And Animals I Love, But Can't See
The Majesty of the Prairie, the Connections Between Humans & Animals, the True Joys in Life...
These themes are explored with perfect vision by Reyna who introduces us to her remarkable life hand-raising dairy goats, training and competing with her large band of beloved dogs, and sharing the lessons, heartaches, and triumphs experienced by an extraordinary woman who ignores any limitations of a world without sight.
STUDY GUIDE: A Special Project
by Flint Hills Publishing Author, Emil Cicogna
A note from FHP President, Thea Rademacher:
"After reading Reyna Bradford’s book In My Hands, Stories of the Land and Animals I Love but Can’t See, and then meeting her in person, Emil Cicogna was inspired to create this e-book study guide to accompany Reyna’s book.
I’m fortunate to work with both of these authors, two intelligent, hard-working people that in different ways, seek the same goal: sharing inspirational stories and information that will make the world a better place.
A useful teaching tool, the study guide goes through individual chapters and includes objectives, student research prompts, characterizations, themes, key vocabulary words, and critical thinking questions. Emil designed the Guide as a tool for parents and children to work through together, to check the website links for additional content, and to go over the vocabulary words in the context of Reyna’s book."