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Books with title Sea Horses

  • Horses

    Laura Driscoll

    Paperback (Grosset & Dunlap, Oct. 13, 1997)
    Saddle up for a look at kids' favorite horses—sporting horses, working horses, and different breeds, too—in this stunning photographic book for the youngest horse lovers.
  • Sea Horses

    Samantha Bell

    language (Cherry Lake Publishing, Jan. 12, 2014)
    This book takes readers on a journey under the sea to discover the fascinating facts about sea horses, including physical features, habitat, life cycle, food, and more. Photos, captions, and keywords supplement the narrative of this informational text, while additional search tools--including a glossary and an index--help students locate and review important information.
  • Horses

    Sheri Doyle

    language (Capstone Press, Nov. 1, 2014)
    Whinny and neigh. Gallop and trot. Horses are at home on the farm.
  • Sea horses

    Melvin Berger

    Paperback (Scholastic, March 15, 2003)
    This beginning science reader introduces children to extraordinary undersea creatures. Did you know seahorses have to eat all the time to stay alive? Or that the males of the species actually are the ones to carry the eggs? In this book, learners will discover where seahorses live, what they eat, what eats them, how they are different from other sea creatures, and how people can help prevent their extinction.
  • Horses

    Monica Kulling, Betina Ogden

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, Oct. 23, 2001)
    There’s a new horse on the farm! He was just born yesterday, but he already weighs 100 pounds and can stand all by himself. Kids will love following this little colt through his first two years of life in this very young nonfiction Pictureback that’s simple and fun enough to be read as a story. Young horse enthusiasts will especially appreciate the horse vocabulary and care information.
  • Sea Horses

    Christina Leaf

    Paperback (Bellwether Media, Feb. 1, 2017)
    Clinging below the ocean's surface are small creatures with horse heads and monkey tails. Sea horses may have parts that look like other animals, but they are their own unique specimen. In fact, sea horses are so extraordinary that the males give birth! Although sea horses are extremely slow swimmers, they will quickly enter the hearts and minds of curious, young readers!
  • Sea Horses

    Elaine Landau

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, Sept. 1, 1999)
    An introduction to sea horses, describing their physical characteristics and habits, as well as their suitability as pets
  • Horses!

    Gail Gibbons

    Paperback (Holiday House, Sept. 1, 2004)
    No other animal has captured people's imaginations or changed their lives as has the horse. Their grace, strength, and beauty have made horses sought after as well as useful. What would kings and queens, knights and conquistadores, cowboys and stagecoach drivers, or farmers have done without them? In this informative book, Gail Gibbons relates some of the long history that horses and humans have shared. She looks at horse biology and behavior and includes colorful, clear, and accessible diagrams.
  • Sea Horse

    Bonnie Bryant

    language (Skylark, Dec. 19, 2012)
    Ever since they formed The Saddle Club, Stevie, Carole, and Lisa have been inseparable. So they're all feeling a little sad at the thought of not being together for the Christmas holidays. But while Lisa is riding along the beautiful beaches of sunny San Marco, Stevie will be combing the mall for the perfect New Year's Eve dress. And Carole will be training Starlight, the gorgeous bay gelding she got for Christmas!But no one's holiday goes smoothly, especially Lisa's. On her first day at the San Marco stables, she takes an embarrassing fall, just like a beginner! And that's not the worst of it: The volcanic terrain and tricky footing of the tiny island can be confusing to horses -- and lethal for their riders. Just as Lisa's confidence in her riding plummets to an all-time low, a dangerous mishap will put her horseback skills to the ultimate test... and have her missing her Saddle Club friends like crazy!
  • Sea Horses

    Louise Cooper

    language (Puffin, June 5, 2003)
    Tamzin Weston unwittingly releases the evil spirit of the Grey Horse, who has been trapped inside a small statue for hundreds of years. Her mistake threatens to bring perpetual storms and danger. Only Tamzin can put things right and bring balance back to nature. To do this she must find and enlist the spirit of the Blue Horse, a force for good, who has battled and overcome the Grey Horse once before.
  • Sea Horses

    Ann Herriges

    Paperback (Blastoff Reader, Aug. 1, 2006)
    Did you know that there is a fish with the head of a horse? This book introduces children to sea horses--how they look, use a snout to eat, hide on the ocean floor, and have babies.
  • Sea Horses

    Jenny Hughes

    eBook (Breakaway Books, Oct. 8, 2013)
    * Horses, adventure, and danger * Caitlin’s best friend is her pony, Jade, so when she goes away to summer camp for the first time, Jade goes too. At Beacon Lodge there are wonderful rides across the beach and into the sea, pony club games, and lessons—and there are new friends to be made: the other campers who have brought horses of their own. Then there’s the camp owners’ son, Zak. Caitlin has to deal with her first real crush and when Zak walks out after a furious argument with his parents, she tries to right what she feels was an injustice. After a series of mysterious events, Caitlyn’s sleuthing lands her and her pony in serious danger. Ultimately, Jade, whose swimming talent makes her a real sea horse, must prove her love and loyalty to Caitlin in an amazing demonstration of strength and bravery.PRAISE FOR THE HORSE NOVELS OF JENNY HUGHES:“Thrilling stories with plenty of horses plus a measure of mystery and suspense.” —Horse and Pony MagazineBest for ages 9-12