Ponies, ponies, ponies
Nils Hogner (1893 -
Finding the books: all are reasonably easy to find in the USA. None were published in the UK.
Links and sources
Terri A. Wear: Horse Stories, an Annotated Bibliography, Scarecrow Press, 1987
Many thanks to Lisa Catz for the photograph .
H Z Walck, New York, 1960, 90 pp, illus the author
A deer and pony story. Tanny the deer is adopted by a Shetland pony, and is kept by the
Smith family until she wanders away one day, and has to rely on the relationship she has
with horses to save herself.
H Z Walck, New York,1967, 60 pp, illus the author
A wild dun stallion is pursued by the cowboys who want to make a ranch horse or a rodeo
bronc, but the dun horse proves that it is to a life in the wild that he is best suited.
Jimmy’s First Roundup
Abelard Schuman, New York, 1959, illus the author. Unpaginated.
Dynamite the Wild Stallion
Aladdin, New York, 1953, illus the author. Unpaginated.
Dynamite, a wild stallion, is caught. Jock attempts to break him but his violent methods end
in failure. Shorty decides to try another tack: gentleness.
Molly the Black Mare
H Z Walck, New York, 1962, 48 pp, illus the author
Molly the mare leaves the ranch herd so that she can have her foal, but before she can get
back to the herd, she and the foal have a whole host of dangers to overcome: snakes, bears,
lions and a flood.
The Nosy Colt
H Z Walck, New York, 1973, 30 pp, illus Richard Legenson
A young colt and his companions escape from their pasture. Nosy goes exploring, and learns
the hard way about the dangers of hornets and skunks.