He loves looking at pictures of horses and we are desperate to find more books and also some stories about horses. Horses are powerful and romantic with their ability to speed children off and away on adventures, as a well as being animals of exceptional empathy with whom riders can form very special bonds.
Both the special qualities of horses and their close relationship with their riders is represented in classical literature with the stories of Alexander the Great and his mighty horse Bucephalus. Brandy is badly treated in some of the story — as horses frequently are — and children enjoy his salvation and later success.
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Sarah Khan Peter Bull. The Waterhole. Younger Readers Bonnie Worth Aristides Ruiz Dr. Are You My Mother? National Geographic Reader : Level 2. Kathy Weidner Zoehfeld. Where's the Unicorn?
A Magical Search and Find Book. The Big Book of the Blue. A-Z of Endangered Animals. Rohan Cleave Coral Tulloch. A-Z of Australian Animals. The Funny Life of Teachers. James Campbell Rob Jones.
Julia Donaldson Sharon King-Chai. Guinness World Records. Moon Night-time Around the World. On The Origin Of Species. Sabina Radeva Charles Darwin. The Big Book of Birds. My First Book of Nature With 4 wipe-clean spotting cards. Camilla de la Bedoyere Jane Newland. Dinosaurs A Children's Encyclopedia. Megan Cullis Bao Luu.
Animal Story Books
Encyclopedia Prehistorica : Dinosaurs. Robert Sabuda Matthew Reinhart. Emu Nature Storybooks. Claire Saxby Graham Byrne. Flight of the Honey Bee Nature Storybooks.
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Raymond Huber Brian Lovelock. Yucky Worms Nature Storybooks.
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Dingo Nature Storybooks. Claire Saxby Tannya Harricks. Under the Southern Cross. The Story of Rosy Dock. When she straps a carrot to her nose and has a run-in with a truck full of pink paint and glitter, Thelma is given the chance to be the thing she craves most — a unicorn. Ages 3 — 5. Uni knows that little girls are real, no matter what everyone else says.
This gorgeously illustrated book is about the power of imagination, friendship, and believing in your dreams. Ages 4 — 8. Unicorns are magical and beautiful, but they make terrible pets. This quirky and fun picture book is filled with laugh-out-loud moments and the drawbacks to keeping a unicorn as a pet.
This series is about the oftentimes hilarious friendship between a narwhal unicorns of the sea and a jellyfish. While they may be different, they both love peanut butter and parties. The books are an introduction to graphic novels, and the focus on friendship and working together is perfect for this age. Ages 6 — 9.
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