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Ponies on the Heather (Ponies #1)

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Jo McKissock moves to Elderbraes, a Scottish hill farm. Though not keen at first, moving does mean she gets a pony.
Hardcover, 121 pages
Published 1966 by Collins
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Jun 26, 2013 Elly rated it really liked it
A great little story for around the 12-year-old mark, plenty of action and adventure. Nice to read about something in Scotland. The writing is not particularly old-fashioned and very readable.
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Rosemary Frances Sutherland was born on 10 February 1928 in Lanark, Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK, the daughter of Frances (Wotherspoon), an artist, and Donald Sutherland, a journalist and playwright. She studied at the University of Glasgow (1945–1947), later she decided took a year out and worked for and toured with the Unity Theatre of Glasgow (1948–1949). On August 28, 1950 she married Robert ...more
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