From the Allpony Blog:
This combined driving instructor interview is the first video in a series of educational videos intended to teach kids about different horse sports. I’m not an “in front of the camera” type of person, so please excuse my terrified expression. 😉 For the video series, I ask each horse sport instructor the same 7 or 8 questions in an interview format and then do a little hands on learning as a way to help to expose a whole new generation of kids to different horse sports in 4-5 minute long informational videos.
Awards & Recognition
“This book was fantastic. I was a horse lover as a child too, and I spent many afternoons and summers helping out at our local horse ranch, mucking out the barn, feeding the horses, and grooming them. My daughter hasn’t had that fun experience yet, so she has taken to books to learn about horses. Usually we read non-fiction horse books and fictional vet books, so it was exciting for her to have an activity book all about horses. It was a great way to put what she has learned to the test. The book does a great job explaining the tack horses wear, what type of grooming tool to use, and how to identify breeds and types of riding sports. She loved the puzzles and mazes and activities. I enjoyed working through the activities with my daughter.”
“Susan DiFelice has done so much more than create a simple activity book about horses. Horses & Ponies Activity Book is very well designed with education in mind. Every page is colorful and informative with activities that teach the reader in a fun, interactive way. The details and facts that Susan DiFelice has incorporated to teach by are very easy for both children and adults to read and enjoy… It is obvious that Susan DiFelice knows exactly what she’s doing when designing activity books; each fact page is followed by activities that anyone of any age would love. … Susan DiFelice’s talents as both an illustrator and author shine through on every vivid page. I hope to see many more activity books like Horses & Ponies Activity Book. Well done!”