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Books about horses for Year 4

Adler, C.S.  That Horse Whiskey!  Clarion, 1994.
Ames, Lee J.  Draw 50 Horses.  Broadway, 1986.
Brooke, Lauren.  Coming Home (Heartland Series #1). Scholastic, 2000. The
first of several books in this  series.
Casanova, Mary. Stealing Thunder.  Hyperion, 1999.
DK Publishing.  Horse (DK Eyewitness Books).  DK Children, 2004.
Farley, Terri.  Phantom Stallion: The Horse Charmer. (Phantom Stallion: Wild
Horse Island #1). HarperTrophy, 2007. The first of several books in this
Hammond, Lee. Draw Horses.  Northlight Books, 2001.
Hart, Alison.  Shadow Horse.  Random House, 2001.
Henry, Marguerite. Justin Morgan Had a Horse. Rand McNally, 1945.
Henry, Marguerite. King of the Wind.  Rand  McNally, 1948.
Henry, Marguerite. Misty of Chincoteague. Rand  McNally, 1947.
Lester,  Alison.  The Snow Pony.   Houghton Mifflin/Walter Lorraine, 2006.
Peterson, Shelley.  Dancer.  Porcupine's Quill, 1996.
Peyton, K.M.  Blind Beauty.  Dutton Juvenile, 2001.
Colt by Nancy Springer
Gib Rides Home by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
Baglio, Hall, Henry, Brooke (Heartland series), and Doty are authors who
have more than one title
Paint the Wind by Pam Munoz Ryan
I Rode a Horse of Milk White Jade by Diane Wilson
If Wishes Were Horses by Natalie Kinsey-Warnock
Stealaway by K. M. Peyton
Beauty by Bill Wallace
Phantom Stallion series

Dave and Pat Sergeant books.
Lauren Brooke's "Heartland" series
Jeanne Betancourt's "Pony Pals" series
Chestnut Hill series. Lauren Brooks is the author
Heartland series by Lauren Brooke
Treasured horses series by Susan Saunders
More than a horse, One unhappy horse, and Horse named Whiskey, C.S. Adler

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