The Enchanted Horse

Irina is sad and lonely. She sees a little wooden horse in a junk shop window. She knows he feels the same way she does, but what she doesn’t know is that he is really an enchanted horse.

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The Enchanted Horse

When Pussy and Peter make friends with Silvyn, the enchanting silver rocking-horse in the toy-shop, they little dream of the amazing adventures he will share with them.

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The Enchanted Pony

Pip’s parents have disappeared and she and Penny are (fortunately) determined to solve the mystery.

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The Eye of the Storm

Erin’s powers have grown strong, and now she has to face a new challenge: freeing the sky kingdom from the evil spirits.

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The Fantasy Horse

Emma has the lead in the Fantasy Horse show at the new theme park.

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The Far Distant Oxus

Three children are staying at a farmhouse on Exmoor; they meet others of their own kind and are presently having all sorts of adventures.

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The Farthingale Fête

It looked as if there was a hoodoo on the Farthingale Fete which Terry was organising, as every little thing about it seemed to go wrong.

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The Farthingale Feud

There is a feud in the school, and Terry and Rosebud find themselves on different sides.

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The Farthingale Find

Terry and her friend Sibyl are out shopping in the school holidays when they are accosted by a young girl, Fanny, who tells them something is buried on the top of the rocks near Farthingale.

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The First Rosette

David Smith is not like the rest of his family: he only wants to ride.

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The Five Shilling Holiday

An accident caused by Patience’s exuberance causes David to cut himself badly on a broken lemonade glass. Luckily Guy is on hand to stop the flow and get his cousin to the doctor. Laid up because of shock David is keen that Guy should lead the attempt to prove that the usual group of children can survive on five shillings during a week.

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