Are you looking for a great read for your horse-loving kiddo? Check out our list of engaging graphic novels about horses!
These novels are filled with beautiful illustrations and exciting stories that will keep your kids entertained for hours on end. They won’t be able to put them down.
These novels are the perfect way to escape reality and experience the world of horses from the comfort of their own home. Which one will you add to your horse activities for kids?
Homeschooling parents are always on the lookout for new, engaging, and educational material for their kids.
If you’ve got a horse-loving homeschooler in your family, you’re in luck! Check out this list of 9 amazing graphic novels that are sure to get your kiddo excited about reading.
Are graphic novels good for struggling readers?
Graphic novels can be a great way for struggling readers to improve their literacy skills as they are typically shorter than traditional novels.
Additionally, graphic novels often incorporate images and visuals which can help students to better understand the story.
Does reading graphic novels count as reading?
Yes, reading graphic novels can count as reading. Graphic novels often contain a lot of text, and they also require decoding and comprehension skills, just like any other form of reading.
Additionally, graphic novels can offer readers a unique perspective on stories and characters, and they can help improve literacy skills by teaching students how to read visually.
For all these reasons, it’s worth counting graphic novels as reading when assessing students’ literacy skills.
Graphic Novels About Horses
Whether you're looking for lighthearted fun or exciting adventures, there's sure to be a graphic novel on this list thathorse-loving homeschool parents will enjoy!
So saddle up and get reading!
Victoria has always loved horses. But riding in competitions is high stakes, high stress, and shockingly expensive. And even though Victoria’s best friend Taylor loves competing, Victoria has lost her taste for it.
After a heartbreaking fight with Taylor, Victoria needs a new start―at a new stables. A place where she doesn’t have to worry about anything other than riding. No competition, no drama, no friends.
Edgewood Stables seems ideal. There are plenty of horses to ride, and Victoria is perfectly happy giving the other riders the cold shoulder.
But can she truly be happy with no friends?
Noémie has left her home in France to study abroad. In Onion City there are new friends, new environments, and new loves. There are also new dreams. And not ordinary dreams.
Vivid visions of life in a different time and in a different place, but more than that, of a different existence. In Noemie's sleep she's not a woman, but a horse. A noble creature aiding a sick little girl.
But how does this affect Noemie's own journey?
Gail Ruffu was once a respected racehorse trainer known for her unconventional training methods. Then she became part owner of the Thoroughbred Urgent Envoy, and everything changed. The co-owners of Urgent Envoy pushed her to speed up her training methods, and eventually made her let them race him too early, until he developed a hairline fracture.
One more race would kill him. Gail had to act...
On the North American plains, wild mustangs have roamed for generations . . . shaping human history and struggling to survive it. For the Spanish, they were a tool of conquest. For Native Americans, they brought on a new way of life where horsemanship and horse-trading were central. And for the entire world, wild mustangs became a renowned wonder of the American West.
There are still thousands of mustangs in the wild today, but they struggle to survive in an ever-changing landscape and their future is by no means guaranteed.
In a desolate future, a group of kids—and one special robot pony—are the key to Earth’s salvation.
Ever since the invasion, humans have been on the run from giant alien blobs who suck up electrical devices (and human limbs!) wherever they can find them.
Strata and her family are part of a caravan of digital rescuers, hoping desperately to keep the memory of civilization alive. Other humans have reverted to a pre-electrical age, or have taken advantage of the invasion to become bandits.
When Strata and her brother are separated from the caravan, they must rely on a particularly beautiful and rare robot pony to escape the outlaws and aliens-and perhaps even push back against the alien invaders.
Twelve-year-old Kate is laser-focused on her one true passion: horseback riding. But try as she might, she can't hide from life's problems in the stable.
There's nothing Kate loves more than being around horses. But her best friend is allergic to them, so Kate has to take riding lessons without her.
Kate's forced to navigate some of life's hardships―like the mean girls at the stable who tease her and her body insecurities―all on her own. To make matters worse, Kate is continually falling off her horse. T
o Kate, her tween years feel like one unfair punishment after another. Can she get over it all…and get back on her horse?
We hope you enjoyed our recommendations for the best graphic novels about horses! If you have any other suggestions, please share them in the comments below.
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