Summer at World’s End

The Fielding children have no more money than they did and it isn’t helped by the way animals keep finding them, like Peter the horse, whose owner is trying to ruin him.

Publishing history
Heinemann, 1971, illus Peter Charles
Pan, pb, 1972
Doubleday, New York, 1972, 187 pp.
Reprinted in one vol with The House at World’s End
as World’s End by the Children’s Book Club, 1976
Mammoth, pb, 1993

The Fielding children have no more money than they did and it isn’t helped by the way animals keep finding them, like Peter the horse, whose owner is trying to ruin him.

The World’s End series
The House at World’s End
Summer at World’s End
World’s End in Winter
Spring at World’s End

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Monica Dickens