Sunday, March 24, 2013

Book Review: The Night Horses

The Night Horses is a children's book by Anaka Jones. In the story you'll find page after page of horses taking on many of the characteristics of humans. During the day the horses do what horses do. At night, they are partying at the stables and knocking over feed buckets to get a midnight snack.

The Night Horses is a children’s book parents should read to their children before going to bed. Children will be asking their parents to read the story every night. It’s a perfect way to introduce children to horses and feed their imagination.

 The book teaches children from birth to five years old about horse both real and imaginary. It's a must buy for children growing up in the country or rose around horses.  I can hear my own daughter at that age talking and talking about it since she loved horses at two years old.  

The Night Horses brings out the imagination of children while making them curious about what happens at the stable during the night.  Children can follow along with realistic pictures as the parent reads the story aloud.  

The Night Horses can be purchased on Amazon and liked on TheNight Horses Facebook page.  

A little about the Author- Anaka Jones was born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she lives with her parents, two older brothers, two dogs, a lizard and a frog.

Review product and/or monetary compensation was provided to me.  Opinions expressed above were all my own, and were not influenced in any way.


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