Spotter's guides

Spotter's Guides: Horses and ponies

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Price: $6.95 | Product Code: 073599

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Information

Age:

7+

Pages:

64 pages

Dimensions:

190 x 115mm

Author/Editor:

Joanna Spector

See Inside

Pages 52-53 [185Kb]

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Reader reviews

Horses & Ponies

I found that this book is great! I have a pony, my sister has a pony, & my mum has a horse, & this book provides all the information you'll need to know about Horses & ponies! But having horses/ponies isn't all riding, fun & games! sometimes you have to do real hard work! for example.. when your horse gets Laminitis! I would recommend reading this!

Millie, 22 April 2009

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