Horse and Pony Breeds
Horses are an enduring topic of fascination for young readers. This series examines them in full, covering horse basics, breeds, care, and activities. Hundreds of intriguing facts about horses and ponies keep reading interest high, while informative, full-color photographs support and enhance the text. A glossary of important terms is included, and sources of further information encourage readers to explore the subject further.
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