"Francois Bissonnete has published quite a few really delightful, informative, colorful, children-friendly books. This one is no exception. It tells readers all they want to know about horses: that there are 58 million of them in the world, comprising over 300 different breeds, and much more, including pictures of what he discusses. He speaks about three categories of horses, their four speeds, how fast they can run, what they eat, that they can sleep standing up, how long they usually sleep, why wear horseshoes, how long they usually live, and a lot more. Children will be fascinated by the book, by the information, and by the fascinating way the information is presented." Israel Drazin said.
"Do you know the difference between a horse and a pony? In François Bissonnette’s “Horses and Ponies” you will learn that and many more fascinating fun facts illustrated with dozens of color portrait photographs of gorgeous horses and ponies. The book is narrated by a handsome bay horse named Passion who takes readers on a guided tour of the Equidae family. From the food they eat, to how fast they can run, to how little they sleep, there is much to learn. But it’s the exceptional color photos that bring out the personalities of these big friendly giants. As a bonus feature readers can access a free videobook so they can read along as Passion narrates. The book and videobook combined provide an especially engaging introduction to the wonderful world of “Horses and Ponies.”" Peggy Tibbetts said.
"This is a book full of beautiful pictures and wonderful facts. This is a great book especially for the horse lover. The reader will have the opportunity to learn all about horses and ponies from what they eat, how and if horses sleep as well as the differences between horses and ponies.
I received a copy to facilitate my review. The opinions expressed here are my own." Sandra K. Stiles said.