The No Good Pony

The Brodie and Dalton children have to live together now that Mr Dalton has married Mrs Brodie, but they don’t get on at all.

Printing history
Sparrow, London, 1981, pb
Severn House, London, 1982, hb
An extract appears as The Race in The Treasury of Horse & Pony Stories

The Brodie and Dalton children have to live together now that Mr Dalton has married Mrs Brodie, but they don’t get on at all. The Dalton’s ponies are immaculate, but the Brodie’s Treacle is anything but. Treacle, though, proves that looks aren’t everything.

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Josephine Pullein-Thompson