Children's Book Series about HorsesSeries of children's books about horses
Growing up in a town and hardly ever seeing a single animal, whether on horseback or on horseback, I was thrilled by the equestrian world. As a child, our childhood was overwhelmed by series of horses, from the durable, unbelievable works to the, well, ridiculous ones. Every visit to the book club was basically: "Can you please take me to your horses department?
Whilst I never became a Cowgirl, all the Black Beauty and My Friend Flicka lectures opened the door for some who read much more about feral horses and the little boy and girl they dear. Bryant is the king of the series. Starting with her series The Saddle Club and ending with the two spin-offs, she inspired a whole family of young women to show their passion for horses and horseriding.
What you may not know is that she is also in charge of some behind-the-scenes ghosts that write in another incredibly beloved series, The Baby-sitters Club. Let us begin with the series that began it all, The Saddle Club. Horse Crazy, the first book in the series, is the right one.
Visitors themselves were so mad about horses that a series initially described as four long was 101 long, seven limited issues and sprawling spin-offs. They followed 13-year-old novice rider Lisa Atwood and her buddies Stevie Lake (also known as the Best) and Carole Hanson as they drove in the Pine Hollow Stables.
Australia's television station has also taken up The Saddle Club as a television series, with none other than Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth. Of course, Pine Hollow was the "older" spin-off of The Saddle Club that followed the girl four years into the fort. Four years in the past, they all still loved horses.
The Pony Tails was basically the "Babysitter Club Little Sister" from the Saddle Club book, with 8-year-old girl instead of pretty. So, they are riding the corresponding young horses, the Ponys. Every young equestrian enthusiast deserving of his own sweetness knew that Marguerite Henry was one of the best of the best. The Misty of Chincoteague was a Newbery Honor Book that tells the tale of a group of savage donkeys who live on an offshore US east coast isteland. Two small kids want to buy Phantom, a hard-to-find animal that walks on the Isle, catching the illusion of taming something that should belong in the wilderness.
Its Black Stallion series has outlasted many years as one of the most popular in the equine world. When you have not collected it since primary education, you can probably go through the first book on a week-end. Like someone had felt that horses' novels, such as recent ones, were going to flood the store and they needed a new perspective, now came the novels about horses that are spirits.
Spirit pony. In spite of the name, the phantom stallion is not quite a spirit, but he is surrounded by a secret. If a young maiden senses a singular attachment to this mythical animal, she needs to be protected from various attacks: pumas, quakes and robbers, to name but a few.
This I had to admit because the first book in the series is called I Want A Pony. This thoroughbred series begins unbelievably sadly: one illness kills all the horses in Ashleigh's family's stud farm, even their favourite starust. She swore she'd never fallen in love with anyone else again.
Since there are, however, more than 60 titles in the series, you can be sure that it will break that pledge. When you have grown up with the love of horses, try to read..... The Seabiscuitis concentrated on equestrian races and not only on general equestrian sports, but no equestrian enthusiast should miss out on a read of this super-popular non-fiction book.
While the horses in Out Steeling Horses are not the stars of the show, they are a crucial part of the jigsaw plot as the tale of two twin pairings develops shortly after the Germans' departure from Norway in 1948. McCarthy's National Book Award winner Cormac follows John Grady Cole, a Texas rancher who set off to find Mexico a job as a cowboy on his own mount.