The Part-Exchange Pony

Stephen, the child of unhorsy parents who now run a garage on the site of his grandfather’s livery stables, thinks the best way to get a pony is to get one in part-exchange, so the next time they sell a car, he suggests they take a pony in part exchange, rather than a car.

Publishing history
Lutterworth, Guildford, 1975

Stephen, the child of unhorsy parents who now run a g arage on the site of his grandfather’s livery stables, thinks the best way to get a pony is to get one in part-exchange, so the next time they sell a car, he suggests they take a pony in part exchange, rather than a car. His parents agree, not without misgivings, and so Stephen gets Gypsy. There is a mystery about Gypsy though, and Stephen finds himself forced to face it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Myrtle Ellen Green