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April Jaffé

The Enchanted Horse

Hutchinson & Co, London, 1953, 168 pp, illus Charlotte Hough


Pussy and Peter make friends with Silvyn, an enchanted rocking horse in a toyshop, and he
takes them to a magic circus in another land. Silvyn was once a circus horse, who has been
changed into a toy by a wizard. Pussy and Peter plan to turn Silvyn back to being a real
horse. When they leave Silvyn, they think that’s the end of their adventures, but their
Aunt Lizzie has a surprise for them.



Satin and Silk

Hammond & Co, London, 1948, 128 pp, illus G Sifton (frontis left)


“When Anne first saw Satin he was in a shocking condition, in miserable

Surroundings, but she knew instinctively that he was the pony for her, and
so persuaded her mother to buy him. Then she patiently cared for him,
and built up his health until he was thoroughly fit.... Then one day, Satin
mysteriously disappeared....”




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Portrait Unfinished
Hutchinson, 1954