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Young Riders Mongolia (Footprint Reading Library)

by Rob Waring

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It is great book and it help my to understand about mongolia people .they realy like horses ang if you like to read more i recomand you to reaed it

Saeed saif saeed
  getreadingSMC | Mar 6, 2011 |
The Young Riders of Mongolia (US) (Footprint Reading Library: Level 1) by Rob Waring (2008)

1. Main characters
Mongolian

2.Write the summary of the book.

Since the days of Genghis Khan in 1200s, life on the quiet steppes of Mongolia has changed very little. Horses are still a very important part of the culture here. They need for their way of life, just as they did centuries ago.
In Mongolia, the people sometimes have events to show just how important horses are to them. Each year in July, thousands of people come from all over Mongolia to a place just outside the city of Ulan Bator. They come for the festival of Naadam. This festival has special events in traditional Mongolian sports―including horseback riding. They have shown their skills in one of Mongolia's most important traditions. They've shown that they may just be the next great riders of Mongolia.

3.Write your feelings about the book in details.

An old story says that the dust that raises into the air when the horses run is special. People believe that it brings happiness and success to anybody it touches.(P13)

Some traditional events have that sort of spiritual aspect. Interesting.

4.Write the words, phrases or sentences that impressed you most in the book and explain why impressed you. Or you could write your questions about the book.

The winners walk around the sports ground. They're very pleased. They receive medals and horse's milk.(P.17)

I feel like to drink horse's milk. ( )
  n.oyaizu | Aug 26, 2009 |
I like this book because it’s a history book and it has many good things to learn about mangolia. It’s about the history of an old tradition that the kid under age 12 who makes a horse race and the winner gets the fame. This book is nice and it’s have lots of pictures to tell you about the Mongolian tradition. I like history books because it reminds me of people and how they were living. The book contains more ideas and it makes the reader enjoyed. I recommend that readers should read this book because it has many pictures and it captivate them so it will be enjoyable book.

Rashid Mohammad AlMenhali
  getreadingadmc | Apr 20, 2009 |
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