Susan Jeffers My Chincoteague Pony

ISBN 13: 9781423100232

My Chincoteague Pony

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9781423100232: My Chincoteague Pony

On the farm where Julie lives there are cows and chickens, but no ponies.  With her whole heart, Julie longs for a pony of her own.  And she has a plan.    Every summer on Chincoteague Island, there is an auction of ponies who have swum across the channel from Assateague, where ponies run free.  If Julie works hard and saves her money all year, perhaps she can win the pony of her dreams--her very own Chincoteague pony.

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A Caldecott Honor recipient for Three Jovial Huntsmen, Susan Jeffersis also the illustrator of the ABBY Award-winningBrother Eagle, Sister Sky, aNew York Timesbest-seller, of Margaret Wise Brown'sLove Songs of the Little Bear, and Rosemary Wells'sMcDuff series. An avid equestrian, Ms. Jeffers lives and rides in Westchester, New York.

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Starred Review. With its sparkling pink cover and pony, this book will surely appeal to My Little Pony collectors, but Jeffers's (My Pony) heartwarming story of a girl achieving her dream offers much of substance, demonstrating the kindness of the Virginia community dedicated to saving the Chincoteague Island ponies. When Julie doesn't have enough money to buy a pony at the yearly auction, townspeople contribute their own money to make sure her months of hard work are rewarded. The author's theme—how it is that children learn to be generous—is delivered with a light touch: Julie vows to work just as hard the following year so she can help another girl buy a pony of her own. Unfortunately, the striking author's note about the bighearted Chincoteague tradition of helping others precedes the story, effectively spoiling the suspense. The paintings, rendered in a variety of sizes, capture the beauty of island sunsets and the spirited ponies; they do special justice to Julie's breathless anticipation and initial disappointment. An homage to Marguerite Henry appears in an illustration of Julie reading Henry's classic Misty of Chincoteague. Ages 3–8. (June)
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