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Awesome Animals: Horses: Fun Facts and Amazing Stories

Dianne Bates



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Big Sky Publishing
05 March 2016
Domestic animals & pets; Nature, the natural world (Children's&YA); Farm animals (Children's&YA)
The Awesome Animals series features fascinating stories about animals. Each beautifully styled and fun book features true stories, amazing facts and gorgeous images and illustrations. Horses are powerful, intelligent, spirited and totally awesome! This great mix of interesting facts, true stories and fun stuff will help you discover just how amazing these incredible creatures really are. From stories about record-breaking race horses, cheeky ponies and brave war horses to bizarre facts and wacky jokes, this beautiful book is packed full of information and fun. Featuring the gorgeous horses from Horse Shepherd Equine Sanctuary, the inclusion of images and stories of rescue horses adds another level of education and inspiration.
By:   Dianne Bates
Imprint:   Big Sky Publishing
Country of Publication:   Australia
ISBN:   9781925275858
ISBN 10:   192527585X
Pages:   150
Publication Date:   05 March 2016
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Dianne (Di) Bates BA Dip Teaching has published 120+ books. Some of Di's books have won national and state literary awards; others have sold overseas. Di has received Grants and Fellowships from the Literature Board of the Australia Council and has toured for the National Book Council. Di has undertaken commissioned writing for a large number of organisations and has worked on the editorial team of the NSW Department of Education School Magazine. She was co-editor of a national children's magazine, Puffinalia (Penguin Books) and editor of another national children's magazine, Little Ears. In 2008, Di was awarded The Lady Cutler Award for distinguished services to children's literature. She founded the Illawarra-South Coast CBCA six years ago and runs a proactive blog, Writing for Children, Currently Di works as a freelance writer and manuscript assessor. She lives in Cordeaux Heights, near Wollongong, NSW, Australia, with her prize-winning YA author husband, Bill Condon. Their website is

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