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Free on 7th - 11th Sep 15
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Suitable for readers aged 4 and up

A boy sees a white pony for the very first time. The pony looks magnificent but is very lonely. When night-time arrives, the boy pays the pony a little visit but there’s one little hiccup…

The story is about a boy and a pony who share a similar predicament – being alone and lonely. The boy is sick so he has to stay in bed the whole day. Outside, the pony is all alone, fenced in a field of pasture. The boy decides to go on an adventure with the pony and suddenly, they’re not so lonely anymore. The story is subtle yet beautiful. It is heartwarming to read and it is exquisitely drawn and painted in water colour.

Perfect as a bedtime story for your little nuggets.

Free on 7th - 11th Sep 15
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"For the 4-6 age ranges, this is a lovely little book...with full colour illustrations reminiscent of The Snowman. "

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The story of a boy who likes looking out of the window, and one day sees a pony in a field that looks lonely. So he goes to make friends with it.

It is short and there's not much to it, but it is a lovely story for young children, particularly for a bed-time story. The pages are landscape, with full colour illustrations throughout and the text as part of those illustrations. The illustrations are worthy of comment - done in a pastel style reminiscent of "The Snowman" and fit the story beautifully.

While this book has no spelling, typos or other issues, it does have one problem with format because of it's unique layout. Sadly this means that the book could not be read by Kindle for PC (I had to use Cloud Reader, which is a pity). I'm not sure whether I should be deducting a point for this, but be aware of the issue if you buy it.

For the 4-6 age ranges, this is a lovely little book.

Rating: 4



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