Winter Pony

Jean Slaughter Doty Ted Lewin

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Winter Pony

Winter Pony From the book flap Ginny thought she had never been happier She still found it hard to believe this lovable funny looking pony really as hers And today was a special day because the first snow of the

  • Title: Winter Pony
  • Author: Jean Slaughter Doty Ted Lewin
  • ISBN: 9780027327601
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Library Binding
  • From the book flap Ginny thought she had never been happier She still found it hard to believe this lovable, funny looking pony really as hers And today was a special day because the first snow of the winter was falling After weeks of training and preparation, she would at last be able to harness Mokey to a sleigh Sequel to The Summer Pony.

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    1. Tracy on said:

      As a little girl I read the companion book Summer Pony, over and over. I was in love with horses and I think I lived vicariously through Ginnys experience with her new pony, Mokey. I mean seriously? Why couldn't I put a pony in my garage , lol??!! This book was OK. It was nice to see Ginny and Mokey again. The first half was a little brutal as it described a lot about how to train a horse to wear a harness and pull a sleigh. Step by Step. The characters were frustrated, I was frustrated and I'm [...]

    2. Jill on said:

      Another short, cute pony story. Fun read, and also educational for any little girl who wants a pony. The author doesn't try to hide how much work horse-ownership really is!

    3. Wendy Mills on said:

      This is the sequel to Summer Pony. Ginny and her painted mare Mokey continue to experience new things together, including an unexpected arrival.Loved this as much as I loved reading it when I was younger.

    4. Jessie on said:

      This companion novel to Summer Pony is mostly about how hard it is to take care of horses. Sheesh, no wonder we all drive cars now.

    5. Jenn M on said:

      Book is good, but not my favorite horse story by any means. I have not read Doty's Summer Pony, so cannot compare this book to that one. I did enjoy that this book was set in the winter and included training the pony to pull a sleigh. I think swooshing through the snow in a sleigh (having never done it in my life) would be a neat thing to do near the winter holidays. I like that this book includes many details about the hard work that is involved with owning a horse. The main character is not af [...]

    6. stephanie on said:

      i don't remember much about this one, except that monkey is pregnant, and winter is a bad time to foal. i seem to remember monkey coming into the house, but i could be mixing up my stories. i know i have this at home though, so i will have to do some checking. as i remember, i liked it a lot, though not as much as some of the others i read again and again, which probably means that no one dies/there's nothing too depressing in it. hah.

    7. Irishgirl1247 on said:

      Cute continuation to Summer Pony, so there is no need of the traditonal ending of girl gets the horse! This Is about what happens after you get her. The good and the bad, the hard work and the fun! Jean Slaughter Doty was on of my absolute favorite authors as a child I read all of her books availible at the local libraries multible times.

    8. Rena Sherwood on said:

      This is a very disappointing sequel to the excellent Summer Pony. Not much happens in this book. It's quite forgettable. Ted Lewin is a wonderful illustrator but he cannot save a book with a distinct lack of action.

    9. Heather on said:

      so glad i got to read the second book. I read the 1st book summer pony when i was in 5th grade and loved it. I found out there was a 2nd on thanks to good reads. Such a nice story with a great ending. Another horse classic any child should read.

    10. Hildegart on said:

      I did not enjoy the book as much as I did Summer Pony. Still a good book, though.

    11. Samantha on said:

      vague memory. there were books about boys with dogs and books about girls with horses. you know.

    12. Rose on said:

      Fun YA horse fiction, about winter with a pony. Nothing special, but pretty good.

    13. Alyssa on said:

      I don't think this one was as good as the first book from what I remember but I still liked it.

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