Published October 1999
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
|Contributions||Paul Bachem (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||School & Library Binding|
Detective Pony. In the middle of the night, Anna hears Acorn's whinny in the Crandal paddock. There is a fire in Dr. Crandal's animal clinic. All the animals are in danger! The Pony Pals notice that a stray cat who was staying at the clinic is missing. Detective Pony sonnetstuck. Summary: "And then there's a customized copy of PONY PALS, a gift to you on your 14th birthday from the slippery Mr. Strider. Each page contains lovingly hand-written commentary on the deeds of this intrepid young horse. Later, about halfway through the book, rather than see the gag through to the bitter end, Strider. Rage, intensity, passion. That's everything and more in the book Detective Pony by Jeanne Betancourt. Rage as in scary. Intensity as in breath taking. And passion as in doing anything until he succeeds. Always waiting for an adventure to happen. Little does Acorn (main character) know, that he's about to embark on his greatest adventure yet.5/5(5). "In the middle of the night, Anna hears Acorn's whinny in the Crandal paddock. There is a fire in Dr. Crandal's animal clinic. All the animals are in danger. The Pony Pals notice that a stray cat who was staying at the clinic is missing. Anna and Acorn are determined to find the stray. Can Acorn lead the Pony Pals to the cat?"--Page 4 of coverPages:
Moonlight: Star of the Show (The Pony Detectives, #1), Scout and the Mystery of the Marsh Ponies (The Pony Detectives, #2), Puzzle the Runaway Pony (The Home My BooksAuthor: Belinda Rapley. Well written and an easy reader. I bought Penny and Pepper mystery's for my Granddaughter for a her book of the month which was mystery themed books. She loved it (it had horses in it) and was able to read it with no problems. /5(). Pony Pals is a book series of pony books written by Jeanne Betancourt and published by Scholastic. It chronicles the adventures of three young girls and their ponies. The main characters of the series are Lucinda (Lulu) Sanders, Anna Harley, and Pam Crandal. Misty of Chincoteague is a children's novel written by Marguerite Henry, illustrated by Wesley Dennis, and published by Rand McNally in Set in the island town of Chincoteague, Virginia, the book tells the story of the Beebe family and their efforts to raise a filly born to a wild : Marguerite Henry.
Buy Detective Pony by Jeanne Betancourt online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 3 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ This fanfiction is an expansion of the version of "Detective Pony" that Dirk gave Jane for her 14th birthday, before anything SBURB-related (At least, from Jane's perspective). While in canon it only showed 2 pages, this iteration covers the entire book. And it is glorious. The start of a glorious saga about horses, self-indulgence, and nightmare cats. About this video series: someone made a full version of the modified version of the Pony Pals book "Detective Pony". The determination of two youngsters to buy a Chincoteague pony is greatly increased when the Phantom and her colt are among those rounded up for the yearly auct classic horse story by the author of the Newbery Medal-winning King of the Wind was itself named a Newbery Honor Book. Marguerite Henry is equally at home describing a child.