G G Harrap & Co, London, 1936, illus the author & Barbara Moray Williams
Sandy is a chestnut pony who works on the sands, giving rides to children who visit Shelly Bay. The ponies are sometimes hired out by the hour, and Mary, the owner’s daughter, finds this hard. One of the children, wilful Rosemary, gets Sandy caught in the quicksands. Then Sandy goes back to London, with Patsy, his original owner, and Mary misses him terribly.
Ursula Moray Williams