My Pony Logbook A Personal Record of My Pony by Jennifer Bell
  

Synopsis

My Pony Logbook A Personal Record of My Pony by Jennifer Bell

The BHS (British Horse Society) estimates that there are 900,000 children riding in the UK of whom 190,000 own ponies, all seriously dedicated to their hobby - an enormous market and there is not other competing title. This beautifully illustrated logbook contains sections for everything a young pony lover needs to record. Entries are designed to build up a complete picture of a much-loved pony from vital statistics, saddlery, stabling and clothing, to veterinary care and shoeing records. All mounted activities are covered and there are sections for favourite rides, special events, gymkhanas, riding lessons, and much more. Personal details are not forgotten and pages are provided to list riding friends, ambitions, best and worst moments, and special memories. This delightful and practical book will grow into a useful reference as well as a treasured record of the very special relationship between pony and rider.

About the Author

Jennifer Bell

Londoner Jennifer Bell began working in children's books as a specialist bookseller at Foyles, Charing Cross Road - one of the world's most famous bookstores. Here, she looked after the shop's five not-so-deadly piranha fish as well as recommending children's books to celebrities, royalty and even astronauts. After having the privilege of listening to children talk about their favourite books for many years, she started writing one of her own. Jennifer came up for the idea of The Crooked Sixpence while packing for a holiday and wishing she could just disappear inside her suitcase and be there already. The world of Lundinor is inspired by sayings from traditional English nursery rhymes as well as the stories Jennifer grew up with about the Cockney markets her grandparents used to visit.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Jennifer Bell
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Author's Website

https://www.jennifer-bell-a...

Publisher

J.A.Allen & Co Ltd an imprint of Robert Hale Ltd

Publication date

31st July 2002

ISBN

9780851318653


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