The Ultimate Book of Horses (Hardcover)

The Ultimate Book of Horses By Sandra Laboucarie, Hélène Convert (Illustrator) Cover Image
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Horses are amazing creatures! Get the inside story about the history of these beloved animals, plus learn about caring for, working with, and training them. Lift the flaps to learn the parts of a horse's body, turn a wheel to help groom a horse, and more! An extraordinary look at the lives of horses that will captivate fans of horses and animals.
• Supersized spreads feature detailed illustrations
• More than 50 interactive flaps, tabs, pop-ups for hands-on learning
• Educational content reviewed by experts

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About the Author


After writing for children's newspapers for many years, Sandra Laboucarie left Paris to return to Toulouse, where she now writes books for children.

Hélène Convert was born in Nancy, France. She studied at the école Nationale Supérieure of Art and Design and has illustrated several titles for Éditions Milan, including Paris, voyage animé au cour de la Ville Lumière (Paris – A Pop-Up Stroll Through the City of Light, also published in English by Milan), Les Trois Petits Cochons ("The Three Little Pigs"), and several concept books in the "Mes années pourquoi" ("My Why Years") collection.


Product Details
ISBN: 9791036313592
Publisher: Twirl
Publication Date: April 28th, 2020
Pages: 22
Language: English
Series: Ultimate Book

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