American Quarter Horses Are My Favorite!
From the Series My Favorite Horses
Do you like horses? Then you’ll love learning all about the American quarter horse. American quarter horses are nimble and well-built. Did you know that these horses are famous for their calm and gentle natures? Or that police officers who work on horseback often choose American quarter horses? Learn more about Quarter horses in this fun and fascinating book!
|Grade 3 - Grade 5
|Lerner Publishing Group
|Lerner Publications ™
|Reading Counts! Level
|Guided Reading Level
|ATOS Reading Level
|Accelerated Reader® Quiz
|Accelerated Reader® Points
|Bibliography/further reading, Glossary, Index, Reviewed, Table of contents, Teaching Guides, and eSource
Author: Elaine Landau
Award-winning nonfiction children's book author Elaine Landau has written over 300 books for young readers. She worked as a newspaper reporter, a children's book editor, and a youth services librarian before becoming a full time author.
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My Favorite Horses
My Favorite Horses is sure to appeal to kids with a passion for horses and riding. Each title focuses on a different horse breed, from Arabians to American Quarter Horses. The series introduces readers to the characteristics of each breed, provides a breed history, discusses traits of… View available downloads →
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