Coco the Gift Horse

Jeremy has outgrown Falla, but they can’t afford another pony.

Printing history
Collins Seagull Library, London, 1966

Jeremy has outgrown Falla, but they can’t afford another pony. Then they happen across Coco, who has had a bit of an accident with his milk cart. Mr Brewer, his owner, says the horse is “gorn in the ’ead,” and agrees to sell him to the children’s friend, Mrs Spragson. She promptly gives him to Jane and Jeremy. Coco has his own unique way of going about things, but in the end he proves worth his weight in gold.

Sequel to
A Pony for Two

Many thanks to Susan Bourgeau for the picture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Denise Hill