Horse (Inside Out)

The Inside Story on the Animal That's Born to Run!

David George Gordon
AUD $19.99
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This fascinating look at horses includes a die-cut model that reveals how these beloved creatures live, layer by layer!

Calling all equestrians and horse enthusiasts! Inside Out: Horse gives you an exclusive look at the many exciting parts of the horse, from the powerful muscles that create its gallop, to the special stomach that helps digest more than twenty pounds of grass a day. Alongside beautiful illustrations and photographs, an interactive die-cut model reveals the different systems of the horse.

Horses have been by the sides of humans for centuries, helping carry, pull, and power our world. In Inside Out: Horse, take a journey through this majestic animal, learning how horses are born to run, what makes their special horse sense, and why their skeletons are different from ours. Be amazed by the intricate leg bones, marvel at the size of the horses heart, and discover what else is inside the horses body. You'll find all the intriguing differences between humans and horses-and a bunch of things that are the same.

The Inside Out series also includes: Inside Out: Human Body, Inside Out: Shark, Inside Out: T-Rex, Inside Out: Mummy, Inside Out: Medieval Castle, and Inside Out: Pirate Ship.

Author bio:

David George Gordon is the award-wining author of twenty books on topics that range from watching gray whales and bald eagles to appreciating cockroaches, coral reef fishes, and geoduck clams. He has been featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not, National Geographic Kids, The Wall Street Journal, and Time magazine. He's been a guest on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, ABC's Nightline, and The View. As a bug chef, he has performed at the Smithsonian Institution, Yale University, and Singapores Food Fest. Gordon lives in Seattle with his wife and their pet tarantula, Wes.

Category: Children’s & educational
ISBN: 9780760368855
Publisher: Quarto US
Imprint: Becker Meyer
Pub Date: September 2020
Page Extent: 16
Format: Hard Cover
Age: 7 - 12
Subject: Children's, Teenage & educational