The Meadow Vale Ponies: Mulberry to the Rescue! by Che GoldenThe Meadow Vale Ponies: Mulberry to the Rescue! by Che Golden

The Meadow Vale Ponies: Mulberry to the Rescue!

byChe Golden

Paperback | July 8, 2014

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Disaster strikes at Meadow Vale Stables! Horse thieves have come in the middle of the night and stolen Sam's pony, Mulberry. Horses, Velvet and Lucy, are missing too, and no one knows if any of them will ever be seen again.The horses are taken to a rundown farm and locked up in dirty stables, watched over by a sly cat. Clever Mulberry escapes, but who is going to believe that Sam can talk to Mulberry and knows where the horse thieves are hiding? With Sam riding Mulberry bareback, they set out on the rescue missionalone - alone except for the mischievous Shetland ponies who don't want to be left out of the excitement! But when they get there, it's not just the ponies who need rescuing - a pair of surprisingly cuddly ferrets need their help too. Can Sam and Mulberry save Velvet and the other animals beforeit's too late?A funny, heart-warming story about a girl and her very mischievous pony.
Che Golden is a graduate of the Masters course in Creative Writing for Young People at Bath Spa University and The Meadow Vale Ponies series are her first books for OUP. Apart from writing, Che's other passion is horses. Che's first horse was Velvet, a huge, black Irish cob who not only taught Che how to ride, but taught her two littl...
Title:The Meadow Vale Ponies: Mulberry to the Rescue!Format:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 7.8 × 5.08 × 0 inPublished:July 8, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0192734709

ISBN - 13:9780192734709

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"Wholesome young fiction for the pony-mad . . . a new series packed with humour and fun horse facts." --The Bookseller