Horses: Amazing Pictures and Fun Horse Facts for Kids (and Parents)

Children are creatures filled with curiosity When they come across something that fascinates them, you d better be prepared to answer an array of questions In this book, you ll find answers to such questions as When did horses first come into existence What do horses like to eat When did people first begin riding horses How long do horses live Horses are beautiful, mChildren are creatures filled with curiosity When they come across something that fascinates them, you d better be prepared to answer an array of questions In this book, you ll find answers to such questions as When did horses first come into existence What do horses like to eat When did people first begin riding horses How long do horses live Horses are beautiful, majestic creatures, so it s only natural that children are interested in them If you know a child longing for equine information, look no further than this fun, fact filled book In addition to basic horse facts, this book has information that could be useful to those considering riding lessons Finally, this book contains some interesting information concerning the American Mustang So gallop over to your favorite cozy spot and read along with your budding equestrian There is much to be learned about our fine, four legged friends
Horses Amazing Pictures and Fun Horse Facts for Kids and Parents Children are creatures filled with curiosity When they come across something that fascinates them you d better be prepared to answer an array of questions In this book you ll find answers to such qu

  • Title: Horses: Amazing Pictures and Fun Horse Facts for Kids (and Parents)
  • Author: Susan Palmer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Horses: Amazing Pictures and Fun Horse Facts for Kids (and Parents)”

    1. Because I am writing about equines in my nano novel (NaNoWriMo). I needed a little inspiration. This book was free so I thought I'd take a chance.There were not as many pictures as I really wanted. But there was one at the beginning of each chapter. This seems to be a book for the third to sixth grader who is interested in learning about horses. Though I am not equestrian scholar, far from it, I didn't expect to learn anything. But I did! So I would say that even though it's aimed at third to si [...]

    2. Great bookIt was a wonderful inspiring novel and lots about mustang and how to save them. I wish it said more in the section of how to ride a horse like how to steer and other important issues like that, but is still a great book

    3. Not the best. There was mention of evolution, and that horses were millions of years old, but other than that, it was okay. Sadly this wouldn't be a book I would read again, or recommend. My rating is 2.5.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *