Faces October 2017
Horses have lived side by side with people for 4,000 years in countries across the world. They’ve been used for transportation, hunting, farming, pulling heavy loads, healing, battle, and entertainment! Meet these furry friends up close in October’s issue of FACES! See the differences between the various breeds of horses—and mythical horse-beasts, from unicorns to hippogriffs! Discover how horses changed Native American cultures and enjoy a short play about a horse based on a native American tale. Take a carriage ride around the Festival of the Horses in Spain, pay a visit to France’s cowboy country, and find out how to choose the right shoes for your horse.
Gallop away with these articles:
“Is a Pony a Horse? A Guide to Organizing Horses” by Pat Betteley
“The Sport of Kings” by Christine Graf
“Sacred Dogs” by Christine Graf
“Horses as Healers Around the World” by Carolyn Cory Scoppettone
“Mythical Beasts” by Marcia Amidon Lusted
“Don’t Waste That Waste!” by Rebecca Szulhan
“If the Shoe Fits” by Rebecca Szulhan
“Horses of the Camargue” by Tricia Carey
“The Swift Blue One, a Play Based Jupon a Southwestern Native American Tale” by Pat Betteley
Regular features include High 5, At a Glance, Critter Corner, Where in the World?, A Closer Look, Dear Kylie, Art Connection, Fallen Quote, Say What?, Contest, One Last Face, and a crossword puzzle.