A Pattern of Roses

A very atmospheric story with minimal pony content.  Tim has moved to the country with his parents, but is ill and unhappy.

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A Pocketful of Silver

A sequel to Defiance at the Inn, this story sees Beth, Nicholas and Richard “invited to London to watch Queen Victoria’s Coronation.”

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A Pony and His Partner

After her parents die, Carmen comes to live with her cousins.

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A Pony and Trap

“First they had to find a pony. Then a trap. Michael knew this, and so did all the other members of the choir. But how were they to find them?”

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A Pony at Blackbird Cottage

Claire Forrester was pony mad until she and her pony parted company on a pony trek in Wales. Then her family moved house, and she found that the new house came with an unusual added extra: a pony.

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A Pony at Moor End

When Sarah’s Dad is made redundant, the family has to move, and Sarah’s pony Franny has to be sold.

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A Pony Every Time

This is the sequel to A Red Rosette.  Susan moves into a new house, and soon makes friends with local children and their ponies.

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A Pony for Belinda

Belinda doesn’t fit in: she lives with her grandmother, and is dressed in the clothes of a bygone age.  Then her family ask for her to go back to them, and she doesn’t fit in there either.

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A Pony for Sale

A Pony for Sale tells the story of Martini from the point of view of the people she meets in her life.

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A Pony for Two

Jane and Jeremy’s dream has come true, and they have a pony, Falla.

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A Pony Found

The dealing stables finds a new home, but it comes with strings attached.

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