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.

Publishing history
Burke, 1958, illus Anne Bullen
Burke, Falcon Library, 1960

This is the sequel to A Red Rosette.  Susan moves into a new house, and soon makes friends with local children and their ponies. Susan’s father is convinced a golden chalice is hidden somewhere nearby, and after various adventures (including a camping expedition where the tent collapses), there is a fire at Susan’s new house. This leads to the discovery of a secret room, and eventually to ….  but you can work that out for yourself!  Not chockful of pony action, but it’s a good holiday story.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geoffrey Lapage