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Experts Tell Us the Best Horse Books For Toddlers

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Horse Books For Toddlers. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses by Paul Goble

This product was recommended by Savaş Ateş from GoodBookSummary

For the most part, I have indeed enjoyed The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses and have truly loved author/illustrator Paul Goble’s boldly expressive illustrations.

Fritz and the Beautiful Horses by Jan Brett

This product was recommended by Savaş Ateş from GoodBookSummary

Fritz, a pony excluded from the group of beautiful horses within the walled city, becomes a hero when he rescues the children of the city. Brett has created magnificent paintings that glorify her simple but engaging story.

Robert the Rose Horse by Joan Heilbroner

This product was recommended by Savaş Ateş from GoodBookSummary

Robert the Rose Horse is my childhood favorite, by far! It tells a story about a horse with allergies who struggles to hold a job because his sneezes tend to blow everything up in the air. I just love this story and have read it a million times as a child.

Noni the Pony by Alison Lester

This product was recommended by Dani D from Play Inspired Mum

Noni the Pony is a fun filled tale about friendship. With an upbeat musical rhythm to the story, it is both a captivating and engaging book.. This was one of the first books my daughter was able to recite by memory- years later, Noni the Pony is still one of our favourites!

The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse by Eric Carle

This product was recommended by Gina Holmes from Uplevel Your Livery Yard

This is a fabulous book for little people who love horses – in Carle’s typical way, it’s imaginative, humorous and colourful – deeply engaging and stimulating, but my daughter finds it reassuring and comforting too.

Sugarlump and the Unicorn by Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks

This product was recommended by Smriti Tuteja from Yogic-Experience

This is a great fantasy book for children who’d love to tag along with Sugarlump on its adventure. It is about a rocking horse called Sugarlump who loves its life, rocking back and forth, but wishes to explore the world outside the toy room. Its journey begins when a unicorn uses magic to make the wish come true and Sugarlump becomes a real horse. The book vividly explains Sugarlump’s journey through farms, racetracks, and circus and its longing to go back to the toy room. With its rhyming verse, magical elements, amazing storytelling, and spectacular illustrations, the book is a valuable lesson for kids to dream big but also to value what they have. The sparkly and colorful pages come alive as the story progresses, leave children mesmerized and give them something to ponder about.

Horse Life by Robyn Smith

This product was recommended by Stephen Curry from CocoSign

This is a complete beginner guide to horses and riding for toddlers of 8 to 12. Being an ultimate guide of your kiddo, teaches you the nitty-gritty of equine care, starting from anatomy to bathing to housing to feeding to almost everything. In case you have just begun or already own a horse, you will let your kids know how to ride, how to develop a friendly and healthy relationship with them, and how to stay protected around horses.

Randy The Beautiful Horse by T.L Mcbeth

This product was recommended by Jaya Aiyar from Créatif Franchise

The cover page of the story already conveys the title of the book and what it is about. I recommend this book because it has simple drawings on each page, contains simple words that are easy for toddlers to comprehend the conversations in the story. It contains few realistic designs that can be used as well for art and craft purposes (e.g., crumpled brown paper as mountains, thick popsicle sticks, and pom-poms for trees) wherein the children can feel that they are part of the story and the character will have a significant impact on their young minds. It is definitely a must-read for kids.

Everything Book of Horses and Ponies by DK

This product was recommended by Harriet Chan from CocoFinder

It is an excellent book about horses and ponies. It has lively content and enlightens the toddlers with horse-related equipment. In this book, the author talks about the importance of horses and their fun-filled moments with horses. From the beginning to the last lines, the author engages the readers with exciting facts about horses and ponies. Kids who love animals will surely enjoy this book till the last word.

If I Ran the Horse Show by Bonnie Worth

This product was recommended by Lynda Fairly from Numlooker

I have this fantastic Horse book for my nephew. It’s called If I Ran the Horse Show, and it does just what it says! You are the narrator, deciding everything that happens in the story. There are many different endings, so you can always try something new. This book is excellent for kids who enjoy interactive stories! It’s perfect for a book report because it discusses topics like friendship, honesty, and thinking about consequences before making decisions.

National Geographic Kids Ponies and Horses Sticker Activity Book

This product was recommended by Yuuna Morishita from The Japanese Way

Over 1000 colorful stickers in this book, so this is the best horses book for toddlers who love horses. Also, nice and funny information to give to a kid through amazing activities. Parents can share the kids in the activities and also, have fun together and can create incredible memories.

Little Clot by Cottage Door Press

This product was recommended by Sandra S. from AbsoluteDoha

An amazing book for kids aged 1 year and up to 5 years. Sweet and cute story for toddlers, it’s perfect to give it as a baby shower gift, and birthday gifts for kids. Full of adorable and sweet illustrations.

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