The Mystery of Pony Hollow

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Random House, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 56 pages
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Sarah Elgin doesn't believe in ghosts--until she explores her family's new
farm and hears a frantic whinnying from an empty old stone house. Determined to
rescue the animal trapped inside, Sarah breaks open the door and is shocked to
find a dusty old pony skeleton instead. What was making that noise? As Sarah
searches for the answer to this haunting question, she uncovers an old secret
and discovers that not every mystery has an earthly explanation.

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User Review  - C. - Goodreads

“The Mystery Of Pony Hollow” was written as a horse-loving tale tinged with compassion. Sarah and a senior are passionate about horses. However behaviour and logic hit false notes. The end is tender ... Read full review

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interesting. very sad. Read full review

Contents

The Hidden House
5
Sarah Begins a Search
15
Some Surprising News
24
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Lynn Hall is the author of numerous books for young people, including "Kids and Dog Shows" and" Careers for Dog Lovers"> She has been active in a number of breeds and is deeply involve in dog club activities and educational initiatives for the sport.

Author and illustrator Ruth Sanderson was born in Ware, Massachusetts on November 24, 1951. She graduated from the Paier School of Art in 1974. She has illustrated over 70 books and has written and illustrated 12 books. She has won numerous awards including the 1980 National Science Teachers Award for Five Nests, the 1992 Young Hoosier Award and the 1994 Irma S. Black Award for The Enchanted Wood, and the 2003 Texas Bluebonnet Award for The Golden Mare, The Firebird, and the Magic Ring.

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