by Gerd Buurman
Translated by William Wires
Shachar is a thirteen year old girl. Like many girls her age she is interested in horses and therefore decided to write a school essay on the origin of horses.
Dr. Marsha Levine is an expert in the history of the domestication of horses. Although she is now retired, she has worked ten years at the McDonald Institute of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge. “If there is a woman who can help me with important information for my school project,” thought Shachar, “then it’s Dr. Levine.” (…)