Horse Games and Puzzles for Kids: 102 Brainteasers, Word Games, Jokes and Riddles, Picture Puzzlers, Matches and Logic Tests for Horse-Loving Kids

Front Cover
Storey Publishing, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 137 pages
4 Reviews
You can count on horse-crazy kids to be doing something horse-related, thinking about something horse-related, or planning something horse-related 24 hours a day, seven days a week. That's why Cindy A. Littlefield created the Kids' Book of Horse Games & Puzzles. If kids are going to spend their time horsing around, they might as well jump-start their creativity and boost their problem-solving skills at the same time.

The book is divided into five sections: Word Play, Picture Puzzles, Drawing, Fun and Games, and Brain Teasers. (All the answers are included.)

Take the "Horse and Pony Stall of Fame" challenge by matching up famous equines with their human or television character companions. Snuffle through the "Hungry as a Horse" quiz and see if you can find the names of 14 things horses like to eat hidden in a block of letters. Then break out your best drawing pencils and learn how to draw a horse's portrait in six easy steps.

Fun, horsey cartoons and illustrations adorn every page. And scattered throughout the book are horse riddles, bits of horse trivia, and quotes about horses.

Here, at last, is the perfect book for kids who love puzzles almost as much as they love horses.

What people are saying - Write a review

Nice quality game book.

User Review  - olisko -

My great neices loved this book. Its something they can take on trips or just pass time this summer. Read full review

Good Activity Book

User Review  - A Grandma -

Will give this to my granddaughter. It has a good variety of interesting facts, puzzles, & games. Am sure she'll enjoy it. Read full review


Picture Puzzlers
Fun and Games
All the Answers
Alphabetical List of Games

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2004)

Cindy A. Littlefield is the author of Pop-Out & Paint Horse Breeds and Pop-Out & Paint Farm Animals, as well as Horse Games & Puzzles and Sea Life Games & Puzzles. She is a freelance writer/editor who develops online craft and recipe content for, a division of the Disney Internet Group. She was previously a senior editor at FamilyFun magazine. She lives in Conway, Massachusetts.

Bibliographic information