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.

Publishing history
Lutterworth Press, London, 159 pp, 1959, illus Raynes

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. The Gordon family are very short of money, and plan to open a riding school, but the owner of a local kennels, Mr Barrington, decides to prevent them by renting the field they want.

The Belinda series
A Pony for Belinda
Belinda Rides to School
Belinda’s Other Pony
Belinda Wins Her Spurs

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Gervaise