Trouble At Trimbles

Mr Brinton works at an office five days a week, and so he and his children, Peter and Tilly, only visit their farm at weekends.

Publishing history
Country Life, London, 1949, 143 pp, illus Geoffrey Whittam

Mr Brinton works at an office five days a week, and so he and his children, Peter and Tilly, only visit their farm at weekends. This means that the foreman who runs the farm has full scope to get up to no good, and it takes a long while before Peter and Tilly manage to expose what has been going on. Not a lot of pony action (there is a Suffolk Punch) but a good, exciting family story.

 

 

 

 

 

Primrose Cumming