Pickering & Inglis, London, 1969, 160 pp.
Silvelynn and Valerie du Toit are sent to school in England. Donleigh Manor seems very restricted after their free life in South Africa. Both the girls are keen riders, which makes their life easier asDonleigh is one of those schools at which you can ride. Although Silvelynn settles down, Valerie carries on the path of resistance, until she comes to realise the value of being a Christian.