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Beryl Bye

Pony for Sale

Lutterworth Press, Guildford, 1969

Reprinted in pb, 1975, 126 pp. Cover Alan Roe

Jane and Belinda both have ponies: Cathy doesn’t. Her friend Joy is a
missionary, marooned in Africa, and Cathy prays to be shown a way to help her.
God’s answer is absolutely what she does not want, but she manages to obey
in the end.

Nobody’s Pony
Lutterworth Press, Guildford, 1967

Cathy’s parents can’t afford to buy her a pony, so she pretends one she finds in a field is hers. She
pretends so hard that she sees herself as his true owner, until an accident at a gymkhana makes her
realise what the truth actually is, and through her decision to do the right thing she meets her great
friend Jane

Belle’s Bridle
Lutterworth, 1973

Cathy spots a faded name on Belle’s browband. The pony has sudden fits of terror, and Cathy and
her friends try and find out what lies behind it all by tracing the mare’s history.

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