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National Geographic Readers: Ponies (National Geographic Readers)

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Poniesis replete with brilliant photographs and catchy content that will both teach and entertain. Children will be captivated as they watch a brand new baby foal walk within minutes of being born then quickly turn into one of the most graceful animals on Earth. Like all of our level 1 readers written by skilled children’s books authors, this title invites kids to learn mo ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published August 23rd 2011 by National Geographic Children's Books
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Rosa Cline
Mar 04, 2016 Rosa Cline rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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National Geographic Kids books are always great on whatever subject you are wanting to read-study about. They are simple but not so simple they can't teach.

This one is about ponies. It talks about the difference in a pony and a horse. And all about them. My 4 year old granddaughter loved this book. Even after I read it to her she carried it around and looked at it. She loves anything having to do with animals but especially horses-ponies. So if you have a horse lover child-grandchild this book
Latosha Finch
This non-fiction book is an informational text that provides information on ponies. It includes pictures of the different types of ponies. It also provides definitions of words the reader may not be familiar with. This book can be used in a literacy workstation. Students can write a persuasive piece attempting to persuade their parents to buy them a horse.
Emily Ever
Great book for kids who are horse-obsessed (we all know one). Focuses on ponies as opposed to horses and tells the difference between them.
Oct 31, 2011 Heidi rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Ponies addresses a perennially favorite topic. The book takes a look at what a pony is, how they are different from horses, different markings, and different breeds, along with advice about riding them. The photographs compliment the text which is very important in nonfiction books. The photographs are clear and crisp, the text is suitable for new readers. I especially like the photos in the glossary that help students understand the highlighted words better. The jokes are a nice touch, since I ...more
Mar 07, 2013 Peacegal rated it liked it
Great book to get kids reading and learning about animals.
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