Can You Tell a Horse from a Pony?

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Lerner Publications, Feb 1, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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A four-legged animal grazes in a grassy pasture. It swishes its hairy tail. Its flowing mane bounces as it trots away.

Did you just see a horse? Or was it a pony? These animals look very similar, but they are different. Read this book to become an expert at telling these look-alikes apart.
 

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This informational book is definitely aimed towards younger children but I found that I enjoyed it. The author makes the text very short and easy to understand and I also very much enjoyed the layout ... Read full review

Contents

Long Or Short Legs?
4
How Many Hands?
8
Living With People
12
Staying Safe
19
Wild Horses And Ponies
23
Who Am I?
28
Fun Facts
29
Glossary
30
Further Reading
31
IndexPhoto Acknowledgments
32
Back Cover
34
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Buffy Silverman is the author of many books about nature and science for children. She also enjoys writing poetry for children. Buffy is lucky to live in a rural area of Michigan where inspiration is just outside the window. The sun shimmers on Stony Lake. A great blue heron flies low over the swamp. Black squirrels scamper across oak branches, stuffing leaves in their mouths and bringing them to a hollow. The animals that share her yard inspire stories and poems. With every book and article she writes, she learns more about the world.

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