Satin and Silk

When Anne first saw Satin he was in a shocking condition, in miserable surroundings, but she knew instinctively that he was the pony for her.

Publishing history
Hammond & Co, London, 1948, 128 pp, illus G Sifton

“When Anne first saw Satin he was in a shocking condition, in miserable surroundings, but she knew instinctively that he was the pony for her, and so persuaded her mother to buy him. Then she patiently cared for him, and built up his health until he was thoroughly fit … Then one day, Satin mysteriously disappeared …”

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April Jaffé