Once a Pony Time at Chincoteague by Lynne Lockhart, Barbara Lockhart
  

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Once a Pony Time at Chincoteague by Lynne Lockhart, Barbara Lockhart

Ages 5 to 8 years.unlikely ingredients of salt water, seashells, and ponies. When the elderly Mr. and Mrs. Emory went to the beach at Chincoteague, they learned that the annual Pony Penning and Firemen's Carnival was soon to occur. They returned to enjoy the events and Mrs. Emory bought some raffle tickets, hoping to win a foal. If she did, she told Mr Emory, they would bring the small pony home and their grandchildren could help care for it. What happens next will beguile children and their parents and grandparents alike.

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Format

Hardback
30 pages

Author

Lynne Lockhart, Barbara Lockhart
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Publisher

Schiffer Publishing Ltd

Publication date

6th February 2012

ISBN

9780764338168


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