Sly Fly and The Gray Mare at The Rodeo

Taylor and Seale Education

Sly Fly and The Gray Mare

Nobody understands Sly Fly, least of all other horseflies. In fact, they call Sly a “fly misfit” because he doesn’t bite horses as they do. Sly Fly just doesn’t fit in. Not to be discouraged, Sly and his unlikely horse friend, Gray Mare, hatch an ingenious scheme to keep other flies off of Gray. The story is humorous, and children will get a kick out of Sly Fly’s outrageous antics and attire.

Something’s stirring at the ranch, and Sly Fly is out of his mind with excitement. If only he could convince Gray Mare to take part. In this second adventure of Sly Fly and Gray Mare, see how they work out their differences and bring a special gift to those around them

Terri Hoffman

Terri Hoffman grew up in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania and moved to Mesa, Arizona, when she was thirteen. She earned her BA in Anthropology from Arizona State University where she baby sat chimpanzees for one of her classes and worked on the university newspaper. After college, she published several vacation magazines throughout Arizona. Always seeking new challenges and adventures, she worked as a citrus fruit packer, secretary, substitute special education teacher, computer trainer, library page, 911 operator, fire department dispatcher, postmaster and flight attendant. In her spare time she enjoys riding her own Honda Shadow motorcycle, SCUBA diving, reading, knitting, crossword puzzles and writing. She is a member of the Florida Writers Association, Port Orange Scribes, and Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators. Terri has always loved horses and books. Sly Fly is the result of both passions. Terri now has a new website

Sly Fly and the Gray Mare
Sly Fly and the Gray Mare at The Rodeo