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All About Horses

by Marguerite Henry

Series: All About Books (43)

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When I was a child, Marguerite Henry's All About Horses was one of my favorite books. It covers the natural history of the horse from the early eohippus onward, the development of the modern horse breeds, and horse colors and conformation. It is heavily illustrated with plenty of photographs and reproductions that show the history of the horse in art.

Some of the language of the text is dated, but that's to be expected in a book that was originally published approximately fifty years ago.

I found this book well worth revisiting as an adult. ( )
  akblanchard | May 2, 2017 |
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