There are series horse books like Sonrise Stable series. There are lots of picture books on horses. Fables about horses and their association with the kids have good impact on the kids; the children are inspired and fond to ride on the back of the horses, deeming it as a joyful adventure. Many stories of last centuries are still loved and being read by new generation kids also.
When the kids start reading the stories in the horse books for children they learn different equivalent names for the four legged favorites like horse, steed, filly, foal, pony, mare, stallion, colt etc. They will tend to acquire equine knowledge on different aspects of horse breeding, horse care, horse gentling, horse literature, etc.
Some of the famous horse books for children are narrated here. You may learn that the horse is a powerful creature, serving the people who respect them and also some lessons from them. In fact, Ashvini Mudra has been developed on seeing the horses only. It is an exercise for the well being of your body similar to the robust body of the horses.
The Black Stallion was written by Walter Farley and its Publication year is 1941. This famous fictional horse starred in a series of stories. It is the most treasured horse books worth reading. A reheaded teenager and a wild stallion, who escaped from a sinking ship, developed an inexplicable and unbreakable intimacy. Its unmatched pedigree having been identified, he clandestinely trains the wickedly fast Shetan stallion for racing; but in the absence of a documentary certification in this respect makes the teenager’s dream unfulfilled.
A brand-new and squeaky-clean series for young horse-lovers, Sonrise Stable stars a horse-crazy girl, Rosie, her quiet, orphaned friend Carrie, and Rosie’s knowledgeable, practical grandmother. Together with a common faith and passion for all things horse binding them together, they share multiple realistic adventures in and around Sonrise Stable with their horses, Kezzie and Scamper.
Other interesting horse books for children are My Friend Flicka, the first in the trilogy by Mary O’Hara published 1941, Misty of Chincoteague, authored by Marguerite Henry and published in 1947, Black Beauty by Anna Sewall (Publication date:1877) Phantom Stallion by Terri Farley (Publication date: 2002-10), The True or False Book of Horses by Patricia Lauber and Illustrated by Rosalyn Schanzer, The Winning Pony, the book No. 21 in the Pony Pals series by Jeanne Betancourt, Foals in the Field, Animal Ark series Book No.24 by Ben M. Baglio and Illustrated by Ann Baum, Jenny Gregory.