The Perfect Pony
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The Perfect Pony

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Katie’s very first word was pony, and ever since, she has dreamed of having her own sleek, spirited, perfect pony. So when Mom says that it’s finally time to start looking for one, she finds it hard to be patient. As she and Mom visit barns, Katie looks at each pony and wonders, Is this the one? But the first is too nervous, and others too stubborn, too scary, too old. The...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published April 5th 2007 by Dial
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Marc Lucke

This is a beautifully-illustrated, sweet story about patience, intuition and the need to look past surface qualities in order to see true value.

Katie Sicking
This story was about a young girl searching for the perfect pony. I liked it because I know I could have related to it as a child, and there are lots of little girls that love horses.
This another great horse lover's story for children. This is my 5 year old son's second favorite book. Again, not to long and not too short.
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I was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in 1967, very near the small town that was the setting for my first book, Ruthie's Gift. I attended Smith College, in Northampton, Massachusetts, and graduated with a degree in chemistry just a few weeks before I married my high school sweetheart--Bart Bradley.

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