Tennessee Walking Horses

Tennessee Walking Horses

Book - 2001
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Horses have proven to be among the most popular of subjects for children of all reading abilities. This series capitalizes on that popularity for the grade 1 and up reader. Each book describes the exciting history of one horse breed, details the markings and other features that qualify a horse as a member of that breed, and describes famous horses of that breed.With the advances in electronics and technology today, there seems little room for our friend, the horse. Or is there? Tennessee Walking Horses disputes that claim, teaching readers it's common uses today. Even Hollywood has begun to cast these gentle giants in films, as they are in fact gentle and easy to ride. While it's true that horses are calm and gentle in general, the king of the castle is the Tennessee Walking Horse, and reading this book will make a believer out of the most skeptical reader.
Publisher: Milwaukee, Wis. : Gareth Stevens Pub., 2001.
ISBN: 9780836829402
Characteristics: 24 pages :,color illustrations ;,19 x 20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Perry, Janet 1960-- Author


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