Product Description When he came into the world, Einstein weighed less than a cat and was no taller than a cereal box. He was a miniature minature horse.Â Too small to run with the herd, Einstein had to look outside his world of horses to find the perfect playmate.Â Â FeaturingÂ full-color photographs of theÂ spirited little stallionÂ and aÂ series of adorable creatures, thisÂ inspiring story about finding a true friendÂ will bring joy to nature lovers of all ages. Â A portion of the authors' proceeds will be donated to the ASPCA's Equine Fund. About the Author Charles Cantrell is a freelance writer and photographer who has traveled the globe capturing the beauty and mystique of nature. Mr. Cantrell maintains a wild animal sanctuary on his 105-acre estate in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. He has enjoyed horses for most of his life and acquired his first miniature horse, Karma, in 2007. When not rescuing animals, enjoying his horses, and traveling the world in search of the perfect nature photo, he hangs out with his pet birds, mice, and dog friend, Lilly, the white boxer, at his home in Bellingham, Washington. Rachel Wagner, M.D., M.Ed. is a family practice physician with a master's degree in special education. An avid horsewoman, Dr. Wagner started riding at age five, when she met a woman named Judy Smith. Judy is the person who first introduced Dr. Wagner to miniature horses and ultimately bred the pair of horses that produced Einstein, the mini horse. Dr. Wagner lives a life dictated by her "fur babies." She has horses, birds, mice, and a very spoiled but wonderful white boxer named Lily. She is an ardent advocate for animal rights and a proud member of the ASPCA.