Mystic and the midnight ride pony club secrets book 1

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mystic and the midnight ride pony club secrets book 1

Mystic and the Midnight Ride (Pony Club Secrets, book 1) by Stacy Gregg

Issie is riding for Chevalier Issie and her Issie has lan The fifth gripping adventure in this exciting new pony-club series - now with a brand-new, commercial cover look! The sixth gripping adventure in this exciting pony-club series - now with a brand-new, commercial cover look!
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Published 06.01.2019

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Pony Club Secrets is a series of junior and intermediate reader children's books published by HarperCollins in the United Kingdom. The series was created by author and journalist Stacy Gregg, and is loosely based on her experiences as a young rider growing up in New Zealand. It blends authentic horse and pony detail with a mixture of fantasy and adventure. The series is set in a fictionalised version of New Zealand, in an area called Chevalier Point. The first two books in the series, Mystic and the Midnight Ride and Blaze and the Dark Rider , were first published simultaneously in the UK in August , and have since been published together as a double edition called Mystic and Blaze. Originally there were four titles scheduled in the series, but due to its popularity it was extended to eight and then 13 titles in all, including a special Christmas book entitled Issie and the Christmas Pony.

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