We Couldn’t Leave Dinah

The book opens with Caroline and Mick returning to their Channel Island home for the holidays. The threat of German invasion is imminent, and, when it comes to escape, Caroline and Mick are separated from their father and are left behind on the island when the Germans arrive.

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We Four and Sandy

The Pentire girls go on a holiday with Uncle Percy in a horse-drawn caravan.

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We Hunted Hounds

Sandy and Lawrence and the Day family decide to start a pack of hounds.

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We Met Our Cousins

Tony and John live in London with their aunt, uncle and spoiled cousin, and although they have some rebellious ways, really they are London children.

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We Rode to the Sea

The MacGregors go on a riding tour of the Highlands, but then they come across some Germans with evil plans,and the riding tour takes a very different direction.

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We Started a Riding Club

Four brothers and sisters start a riding club, with the help of their grandfather, who happens to be an MFH.

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Well Ridden!

This is about a boy and his sister who love riding. It’s a bit of an adventure story as well: they ride, hunt and point to point, but also bring thieves to justice.

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Wendy at Wembley

Wendy makes friends with a new pupil at Harcourt Hall, Robbie MacDonald, who has come to train for the Horse of the Year Show, but his sister Geraldine is a very different matter.

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Wendy Wins a Pony

When Wendy enters her picture in the newspaper painting competition she has no idea that it is going to be the key to so much happiness.

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Wendy Wins Her Spurs

‘To win a pony in a competition and to have it for one’s very own is often the dream of the young pony enthusiast and many would be more than satisfied with such happiness. But for Wendy winning Smiley was just the beginning of her real ambitions and of all her efforts at making a success of her job, to enjoy and profit by her spare-time riding and, above all, to train and school her pony well.’

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White Hope

Chas Bentinck has a famous grandfather who was a jockey, and that’s what he wants to be too. His parents are not at all keen on the idea, and he also has a disability which makes difficulties too. There is also opposition from a gang set on stopping the horse White Hope from winning.

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White Horses

The story of Mog, half-cat and half-fish, who lives in a castle under the sea.

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