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Summer Pony

by Doty, Jean Slaughter

Condition: Fair


Scholastic. Fair. 1974. Paperback. 6 oz.; 121 pages; Vintage PB aged cover wear some markings clean/solid reading copy. Scholastic TX 2708. Ginny dreamed of having a sleek beautiful pony for the summer-not this half-starved, shabby mare from that ghastly pony farm. At first, Ginny tells herself that any pony is better than none. But by the end of summer, Ginny would giver her life - and almost does - to save darling Mokey from returning to the farm. .

Jean Slaughter Doty wrote over a dozen novels about horses and ponies, including The Crumb and C an I Get There by Candlelight?. Her stories have been treasured by generations of riders. Ruth Sanderson has illustrated books for children of all ages, including the first paperback covers for the entire Black Stallion series. She lives with her family in Ware, Massachusetts, and her favorite hobby is horseback riding.




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On Apr 17 2013, fireflower537 said:
  "A short but really good book about that special bond between a girl and her horse. This is book and the sequel Winter Pony were reprinted in 2008. "


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