For Want of a Saddle

Mick and Janice have moved to the country with their parents, and at last have a pony of their own. Unfortunately, they can’t afford a saddle.

Publishing history
Burke, London, 1960, illus Anne Bullen
Burke, 1964, Junior Pacemaker pb
Dragon, pb, 1972
Cavalier, pb, 1994
NB: the Pacemaker edition has the wrong blurb on the cover: it actually refers to Sheila Chapman’s A Pony and His Partner ,which they also published.

Mick and Janice have moved to the country with their parents, and at last have a pony of their own. Unfortunately, they can’t afford a saddle.

David and Pat
The First Rosette
The Second Mount
Three To Ride
The Lost Pony
For Want of a Saddle is a connector: it features Mick and Janice who appear first in The Lost Pony

Other editions

Christine Pullein-Thompson