Meg is pony mad! She desperately longs for a pony of her own, but knows that her parents could never afford to buy her one; they are already struggling to afford her riding lessons at the local stables, which she can now only have once a month. This doesn’t stop Meg from still wishing for a pony every Christmas, birthday and even from the Tooth Fairy.
On the morning of her tenth birthday, Meg can’t believe her eyes when spies a pony on her front lawn and dares to think that all of her dreams have finally come true, even if just for a moment. But what is the pony really doing there?
This is a sweet, short story from award-winning author Tanya Landman, which will be a huge hit with all pony-loving little girls across the land. It’s the perfect length for introducing children to the chapter format, whilst still being long enough for you to feel you’re reading a proper story.
Publishers Barrington Stoke have, as always, pitched it at just the right level of interest, while the book’s dyslexia-friendly layout and font make it accessible to a wide range of readers.
Sonia Albert’s charming illustrations perfectly complement what promises to be a very popular series, especially for the many horse-loving readers out there.