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Shooting Star

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Molly and Pip have wanted a horse for longer than they can remember. But they have no money, and no place to keep a horse.
One night Molly sees a shooting star, and makes her wish - for a horse - once more.
"Nothing is luckier than a shooting star," she whispers. "Something is sure to happen now!"
Paperback, 80 pages
Published 1958 by Scholastic Book Services
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Ann Colver, whose father was one of the founders of the Scripps-Howard newspaper chain, almost followed in his footsteps by publishing her own newspaper, "The Weekly Bugle," at the age of 12. Born in Ohio, she grew up in Cleveland, St. Paul, and Washington, D. C. and currently lives with her husband in Irvington-on-Hudson, New York.
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