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From the Set Majestic Horses

The bell rings as the gates burst open--a number of gleaming, panting horses speed out. What are these beautiful animals? They're thoroughbreds, and you'll learn all about them inside!

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  • Born to Race!
  • What Do Thoroughbreds Look Like?
  • Newborn Thoroughbreds
  • Thoroughbreds in History
  • What Are Thoroughbreds Like?
  • Thoroughbreds at Work
  • Thoroughbreds Today
  • Body Parts of a Horse
  • Glossary
  • To Find Out More
  • Index
Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 5
Reading Level Grade 2
Dewey 636.1
ATOS Reading Level 3.2
Guided Reading Level M
Language English
Publisher The Child's World, Inc.
Number of Pages
Graphics Full-color photographs

A noteworthy review of Majestic Horses from Booklist on April 15, 2007

This slim volume from the Majestic Horses series introduces thoroughbreds. Each double-page spread offers a couple of paragraphs of fairly large text on a white background facing an illustration, usually a color photo of a horse. Among the topics addressed are the physical characteristics of thoroughbred horses, their history in England and North America, and their lives in racing and other endeavors. Back matter includes a photo of a horse with 34 parts clearly labeled, a glossary, and a short bibliography. Children new to the topic will find this a useful source of basic information and good photos.

Author: Pamela Dell

Pamela Dell has been writing for kids since the late 1980's, including work in both print and interactive multimedia. In the mid-1990's, she became one of the founders of Purple Moon, a highly acclaimed interactive game company for girls. As part of her role there, Pamela created the characters and scripts for the company's multiple-award winning Rockett CD-Rom game series. She has also produced work, both fiction and nonfiction, for clients such as Mattel, Carus Publishing, World Book Encyclopedia, Children's Press, Plan B Enterprises, Addictive Media, and the University of California, among others...subsequently nominated for a Pushcart Prize.