New Forest Discoveries

“Elaine is a horrid child; her elaborate politeness to the grown-up world and her general beastliness to other children earn the hearty dislike of Pat and Bill, Freddy and Fiona – especially when she frightens their ponies.”

Publishing history
Thomas Nelson & Sons, London, 1957,  212 pp.  Illus Robert Hodgson
Thomas Nelson & Sons, London, Nelson Juniors, 1959, 212 pp.
Thomas Nelson & Sons, London, Nelson Juniors, 1961

A brief review of New Forest Discoveries

“Elaine is a horrid child; her elaborate politeness to the grown-up world and her general beastliness to other children earn the hearty dislike of Pat and Bill, Freddy and Fiona – especially when she frightens their ponies. The Deverills and the Guises, with their friends Julia and Ann, need no introduction of course. The affair of Mustard – an ancient car owned by the dashing Smith brothers with whom Elaine is so friendly – is told in this, their latest New Forest adventure.”

The New Forest Series
New Forest Adventure
New Forest Mystery
New Forest Quest
New Forest Exploits
New Forest Discoveries
New Forest Smugglers
New Forest Pirates
New Forest Vagabond
New Forest Detectives
New Forest Treasure
New Forest Spies

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Stephen Mogridge/Jill Stevens