Three of a Kind

Jenny, Janey and Ginny are triplets. Jenny is an excellent rider, and Ginny a fine actress. Janey is good at both, but not outstanding. She though is the one who helps her sisters achieve their dreams.

Publishing history
Evans, London, 1956, illus Violet Morgan. 190 pp.

Jenny, Janey and Ginny are triplets. Jenny is an excellent rider, and Ginny a fine actress. Janey is good at both, but not outstanding. She though is the one who helps her sisters achieve their dreams. Near the Dane triplets live Mrs Comy and her daughter, Margaret. Mrs Comyn wants to have first class show horses, but Margaret is too nervous to be able to ride for her, so Jenny has to ride and train Sir Peregrine. Horse and rider do well. Meanwhile, Ginny has been given a part in a play. Ginny persuades Janey to take her place at an audition when she can’t go, and Janey takes Jenny’s place riding Sir Peregrine to win at the Southern Counties Show.

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kathleen Mackenzie