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Billy and Blaze Series
C.W. Anderson
Charlotte's Web
Carl Hiaassen
Horse Diaries Series
Catherine Hapka
Betty G. Birney
Julie of the Wolves
Jean Craighead George
Justin Morgan Had a Horse
Marguerite Henry
King of the Wind
Marguerite Henry
Misty of Chincoteague
Marguerite Henry
My Friend Flicka
Mary O'hara
No Dogs Allowed!
Bill Wallace
Brian Jacques
Silverwing Saga
Kenneth Oppell
Beverly Cleary
Stuart Little
The Black Stallion
Walter Farley
The Borrowers
Mary Norton
The Cricket in Times Square
George Selden
The Guardians of Ga'Hoole
Kathryn Lasky
The Incredible Journey
Sheila Burnford
The Mouse and the Motorcycle
Beverly Cleary
The Tale of Despereaux
Thoroughbred Series
Joanna Campbell
Erin Hunter
Winnie the Horse Gentler Series
Dandi Daley Mackall

Do you love to read about animals? Check out this list to see if there is one you haven't read yet. A popular one on this list is The Incredible Journey by Sheila Brunford. It is a story of a two dogs and a cat that depend on each other to make a long journey back to their family. It has been a popular story with kids since 1961.

The Guardians of Ga'Hoole Series by Kathryn Lasky is a more current popular series about Owls. Lasky really did her research because along with a great story, kids can learn a lot about owls. There are currently fifteen books in this series and also a major motion picture was released in 2011. The Guardians of Ga'Hoole Series is popular with both boys and girls. Girls like the books because they have strong female characters. Boys like the books because they have action and detailed gross descriptions of owls and some of their habits. Everyone can like the story of good banding together versus evil.

Horse lovers are sure to find something on this list to love. The classic story of Black Beauty has been a long time favorite. Set in Victorian England, Black Beauty is the horse's perspective of the world as he goes from owner to owner.

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