The Ice Horse by Renne
  

The Ice Horse

Written by Renne
Illustrated by

RRP £9.99

Synopsis

The Ice Horse by Renne

One day the little Icelandic horse is chased away from the herd by the black stallion, and left to roam the grasslands on his own. Then the winter comes and the snow starts to fall. Can the little skewbald horse save the day as the herd of Icelandic horses finds itself in danger from the snow and ice? Alongside the beautiful illustrations and gripping story, this book is full of interesting facts about Icelandic horses - their history, appearance and how they live - which will appeal to any animal-loving child. For additional information on Icelandic horses, visit the website of Pentland Hills Icelandics in Carlops, Scotland at www.phicelandics.co.uk. They have the largest herd of Icelandic horses in Britain.

Reviews

'Should make a lovely present for younger pony lovers.'

's Books 2005 Christmas 'The book is beautifully presented, with full colour pictures on the right-hand side, and brief text with pencil sketches and small fact boxes on the left. Both colour pictures and sketches are expertly drawn, with superb dramatic detail. Young horse-lovers will enjoy adding this rather endearing breed to their stock of equine knowledge, and the book's wintry theme would make it a great choice for Christmas.'

.co.uk 'Beautifully illustrated. Alongside the special story, the book also provides factual information about Icelandic horses. This is a special book for young children and has illustrations that I personally find evocative and inspiring.

, Autumn 2003 'Renne's wintry tale follows the rite of passage of a little skewbald horse. After enjoying the winning combination of snow and horses, children will certainly want the extra information provided in unobtrusive fact boxes about the adaptation of this special breed to the harsh Icelandic climate.

'In addition to the beautiful illustrations and a gripping story, this book is packed full of fascinating facts about Icelandic horses and how they live, which will enchant any animal-loving child.'

/Summer 2003 'The evocative illustrations convey the beauty and chill of the Icelandic landscape. On each page separate text boxes contain factual information about the horses.

'Beautiful illustrations alongside interesting facts about Icelandic horses, their history, appearance and how they live along with an enchanting tale.'

About the Author

Renne is the illustrator of Little Dolphin's Big Adventure (Floris Books, 2001) and many other children's books. Her work is acclaimed for its extraordinary detailed observation of animal subjects and their habitats.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Renne
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Publisher

Floris Books
www.florisbooks.co.uk

Publication date

20th February 2003

ISBN

9780863153846


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