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Why girls love horses?

Created 6. Nov 2017
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Have you ever wondered why children love horses? This is especially true for girls. What is that magical power that attracts girls towards loving horse? Why horses? They are too big to be kept as pets and we do not really meet them every day, like we see cats and dogs? Our son was so enthusiastic about horses that made the whole family go to the horse riding club, enrolled himself in a horse riding course, and guided myself in the magical world of horses ... and so I wrote a fairytale and published the children’s book "The Fairytale of Luna". And consequently, I created MINI POLIGLOTINI - a brand of multilingual books for children.

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Horses are popular animals of many girls because of the magic they bring into their everyday world. Horses project to girls the sense of power, freedom, speed, and the power to overcome obstacles. Any girl can easily imagine how she becomes:

• a princess on a white horse,
• a warrior girl on a black horse,
• a cowboy girl on a colorful horse,
• an Indian girl on a Mustang,
• a city rebel girl on a flying unicorn.

Horses also give a sense of security to girls. The close relationship that can be developed between a human and a horse, is the one that gives girls the feeling of uniqueness around the world. A friendship between a girl and a horse develops strong feeling that a girl has met a soul mate who understands her and helps her to become stronger, faster or more rebellious. Girls tend to develop a special relationship with their horse: only she will understand her horse and only her horses will understand her.

Pictures book, fantasy books, cartoons, fairy tales are full of horses. Sometimes the horse is the hero, and sometimes only (important) medium to overcome the distance. For example, a horse-drawn carriage in the fairytale Cinderella takes Cinderella to the dance, where she meets the charming prince and seals her fate to become a princess. The symbol of a horse, both in the literature and in the film industry is synonym for freedom, sincerity, rebellious spirit and power.

Riding a horse gives us a sense of flying. Due to the higher position in the saddle itself and the feeling of joint movement with the horse riding gives us a feeling of extraordinary power and freedom.

Flying ponies, magical horses and unicorns are fantasy heroes that live in our imagination. All of them are a fantasy continuation of a horse. All his magical creatures live in books, cartoons, video games. The boys have a slightly different perspective of imaginary heroes. Their attitude towards horses is turned into a fantasy relationship with the dragons. That is why the dragons are the favorite animals of many boys, since the horses are real and true, while the dragons retain the element of magic and fairy-tale. The animated cartoon "How to Train Your Dragon" has had a remarkable success all over the world, awaited the sequel, cartoon series, toy figurines of dragons and main characters ... The cartoon characters appeared on numerous children products. Or better say products for boys! Oskar's teacher from a horse club explained to me how Oscar's obsession with dragons is in fact a fantasy continuation of his relationship with horses. Domesticating a dragon and building a trusting relationship with it in the cartoon is actually very similar to the domesticating a wild horse or mustang.

Regardless of whether you have a boy or a girl, you can make child who loves horses very happy with a wonderful gift: a book about horses, which has the touch of magic, is fabulous and at the same time has more hidden messages. Messages about growing up, accepting oneself and their desires will help the child to accept himself and learn to listen to it’s own heart. Since the book "The Fairytale of Luna" is trilingual you will be able interest your child in early language learning as well. It all started because our son was in love with horses! I am convinced that horses will play an important role in our daughter’s growing up as well.

Order a book and see for yourself why the book "The Fairytale Luna" is a bestseller for children. This book already excites the imagination of readers in more than 14 countries of the world :D

Slika Mojca02

Mojca is versatile: researcher of the world, ecologist, PhD, polyglot, business woman, cynologist, wife and mother... above all she loves kids, dogs and the world of fairytale heroes. Mojca, a Fulbright Scholar and Alpine Space awarded young scientist, has dyslexia, but still loves to read and write. Spelling is still a challenge for Mojca. Beware of missing letters in this blog!

Mojca writes the blog on things she lives for: raising children, learning foreign languages, dogs, start-up and good books... things Mojca is really passionate about.


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