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Horses and Ponies (Scholastic Reader, Level 3) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-27 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0545889596
LANGUAGE:English

"This leveled reader for readers who are now reading independently offers a thorough over view of information on these animals. Each page offers color photographs pertaining to that page’s print information. There is a glossary of unfamiliar terms at the end of which each word is highlighted in red in the body of the text helping new reader to understand what they are reading. With good basic information and the photographs, this paperback book would be appealing to young readers reading on a 3rd grade level making it perfect for a basic animal report or fun independent reader who loves the topic of horses. I would recommend this book for purchase by any school or public library looking for economical leveled readers. This book was provided by the publisher for professional review by SWON Libraries." said.

"This 32 page paperback gives a great overview of horses. It covers everything from the history of the horse as a domesticated animal to basic care of horses, as well as information about specialized breeds. This is all done on a third grade reading level, and the text is accompanied by full color photographs of horses as well as a glossary of terms.

I especially appreciated the explanation of how ponies and horses are different, and the photograph of a horse with the different parts of the horse's body labeled was very helpful. I've read a lot of books about horses, but was never sure what the difference between a poll and a hock was! Another useful feature is the illustrated descriptions of the types of markings commonly found on horses.

The sections of the book on grooming horses and the types of competitions in which they can be entered will gladden the heart of many young equine enthusiastic. This would be a fabulous companion book to fiction like Misty of Chicoteague or the newer Horse Diaries, and I can imagine it being a well thumbed reference for young readers who want to know all the facts about their favorite animal.
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"This leveled reader for readers who are now reading independently offers a thorough over view of information on these animals. Each page offers color photographs pertaining to that page’s print information. There is a glossary of unfamiliar terms at the end of which each word is highlighted in red in the body of the text helping new reader to understand what they are reading. With good basic information and the photographs, this paperback book would be appealing to young readers reading on a 3rd grade level making it perfect for a basic animal report or fun independent reader who loves the topic of horses. I would recommend this book for purchase by any school or public library looking for economical leveled readers. This book was provided by the publisher for professional review by SWON Libraries." said.

"This 32 page paperback gives a great overview of horses. It covers everything from the history of the horse as a domesticated animal to basic care of horses, as well as information about specialized breeds. This is all done on a third grade reading level, and the text is accompanied by full color photographs of horses as well as a glossary of terms.

I especially appreciated the explanation of how ponies and horses are different, and the photograph of a horse with the different parts of the horse's body labeled was very helpful. I've read a lot of books about horses, but was never sure what the difference between a poll and a hock was! Another useful feature is the illustrated descriptions of the types of markings commonly found on horses.

The sections of the book on grooming horses and the types of competitions in which they can be entered will gladden the heart of many young equine enthusiastic. This would be a fabulous companion book to fiction like Misty of Chicoteague or the newer Horse Diaries, and I can imagine it being a well thumbed reference for young readers who want to know all the facts about their favorite animal.
" said.

"This 32 page paperback gives a great overview of horses. It covers everything from the history of the horse as a domesticated animal to basic care of horses, as well as information about specialized breeds. This is all done on a third grade reading level, and the text is accompanied by full color photographs of horses as well as a glossary of terms.

I especially appreciated the explanation of how ponies and horses are different, and the photograph of a horse with the different parts of the horse's body labeled was very helpful. I've read a lot of books about horses, but was never sure what the difference between a poll and a hock was! Another useful feature is the illustrated descriptions of the types of markings commonly found on horses.

The sections of the book on grooming horses and the types of competitions in which they can be entered will gladden the heart of many young equine enthusiastic. This would be a fabulous companion book to fiction like Misty of Chicoteague or the newer Horse Diaries, and I can imagine it being a well thumbed reference for young readers who want to know all the facts about their favorite animal.
" said.

"This 32 page paperback gives a great overview of horses. It covers everything from the history of the horse as a domesticated animal to basic care of horses, as well as information about specialized breeds. This is all done on a third grade reading level, and the text is accompanied by full color photographs of horses as well as a glossary of terms.

I especially appreciated the explanation of how ponies and horses are different, and the photograph of a horse with the different parts of the horse's body labeled was very helpful. I've read a lot of books about horses, but was never sure what the difference between a poll and a hock was! Another useful feature is the illustrated descriptions of the types of markings commonly found on horses.

The sections of the book on grooming horses and the types of competitions in which they can be entered will gladden the heart of many young equine enthusiastic. This would be a fabulous companion book to fiction like Misty of Chicoteague or the newer Horse Diaries, and I can imagine it being a well thumbed reference for young readers who want to know all the facts about their favorite animal.
" said.

"This 32 page paperback gives a great overview of horses. It covers everything from the history of the horse as a domesticated animal to basic care of horses, as well as information about specialized breeds. This is all done on a third grade reading level, and the text is accompanied by full color photographs of horses as well as a glossary of terms.

I especially appreciated the explanation of how ponies and horses are different, and the photograph of a horse with the different parts of the horse's body labeled was very helpful. I've read a lot of books about horses, but was never sure what the difference between a poll and a hock was! Another useful feature is the illustrated descriptions of the types of markings commonly found on horses.

The sections of the book on grooming horses and the types of competitions in which they can be entered will gladden the heart of many young equine enthusiastic. This would be a fabulous companion book to fiction like Misty of Chicoteague or the newer Horse Diaries, and I can imagine it being a well thumbed reference for young readers who want to know all the facts about their favorite animal.
" said.

"This 32 page paperback gives a great overview of horses. It covers everything from the history of the horse as a domesticated animal to basic care of horses, as well as information about specialized breeds. This is all done on a third grade reading level, and the text is accompanied by full color photographs of horses as well as a glossary of terms.

I especially appreciated the explanation of how ponies and horses are different, and the photograph of a horse with the different parts of the horse's body labeled was very helpful. I've read a lot of books about horses, but was never sure what the difference between a poll and a hock was! Another useful feature is the illustrated descriptions of the types of markings commonly found on horses.

The sections of the book on grooming horses and the types of competitions in which they can be entered will gladden the heart of many young equine enthusiastic. This would be a fabulous companion book to fiction like Misty of Chicoteague or the newer Horse Diaries, and I can imagine it being a well thumbed reference for young readers who want to know all the facts about their favorite animal.
" said.

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