Saturday, June 29, 2013

Running Free America’s Wild Horses by Frank Staub

ISBN-13: 978-0-7660-2670-4
Grades 1-4, Page Count: 48
Description: Author and photographer Frank Staub takes readers out into the wild to view and learn about wild horses as they roam in their natural habitat. The question-and-answer format provides information on everything from where wild horses live to how they care for their young, how wild horses came to be in America, and how they are being protected today. Beautiful color photographs throughout enhance the engaging text.

Review: Running Free America’s Wild Horses is a very informative book about the American Wild Horse. Each page is filled with answers to a question that is posed about the American Wild Horse.    Photographs from gifted Frank Staub accompany each page and add to the experience of the book.   Each question leads the reader to learn about the details of American Wild Horses. 

The history of the American Horse is filled with evolutionary philosophy.   This would be an excellence resource book for a middle grade student doing research on American Horses for a school project. The pictures will lure even the reluctant reader to turn its pages and delve into its detail. (reviewed by C. Delorge)

DISCLOSURE: A complimentary copy was provided by  Enslow Publishers, Inc. to facilitate our honest review. No compensation was received for this review.

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