This Way, Charlie. It’s a wonderful friendship story between a blind horse and a grumpy goat written by Caron Levis.
Victor will delight young readers that enjoy stories about horses, moving to a new home, and figuring out how to pursue a goal. Older readers will appreciate reading about how a strong girl and the love of a horse can be an inspiration.
My Little Pony: The Dragons on Dazzle Island is an exciting adventure for girls and boys featuring famous friends.
Ulme of the Alentejo: A Tale of Two Horses is an inspiring tale of human and animal spirit.
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Tuxedo’s Tales is packed with sweet teachable moments and has a strong emphasis on friendship. This book offers the kind of wisdom kids can use on a daily base.
Through the sincere and straightforward storytelling of Odie and the Stray Kitten, Author Kristen Mott shares a lovely message of just how meaningful showing kindness toward animals can be.
Quincy and Buck is the third stand-alone story in the “Quincy the Horse” series. Quincy is a beautiful red American Quarter Horse with a long white blaze on his nose. He’s gentle and sweet, but a little on the nervous side—especially when his owner, Cam, takes him on his first trail ride in the desert where “ANYTHING COULD HAPPEN!”
Jennifer H. Lyne was raised in Virginia, where she spent a lot of time around horses and eventually managed a…
These three contemporary books—one chapter book, one middle grade reader, one young adult—all published since 2011, represent the range of what’s possible in the genre. They’re are all excellent choices for your child—whether she loves horses or not, whether she’s a she or not.