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Meg and Merlin (1) – Making Friends

Tanya Landman, Sonia Albert

Meg and Merlin (1) – Making Friends

Subjects

  • Animal Tales - bundles of fur, fluff and fun
  • Friends & Family - tears and laughter, and happy ever after
  • Facts & Information - lists, stats and plenty of facts
  • Facts & Information - lists, stats and plenty of facts

Average rating

4 out 5

9 reviews

Award-winning author Tanya Landman brings a fresh perspective to horse-riding stories with a heart-warming new series about friendship and dreaming big. Meg treasures every moment that she gets to spend riding, and she has always longed for a pony of her own. She knows Mum and Dad can’t afford a pony – they can’t even afford her weekly riding lessons any more. But on the morning of her tenth birthday, Meg looks out the window to an unbelievable sight … a pony standing in the front garden. Have all of Meg’s wishes come true? Award-winning author Tanya Landman brings a fresh perspective to horse-riding stories with a heart-warming new series about friendship and dreaming big.

Reviews

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Great!

Fairy Bubbles Lavalamp 16.09.2023

Star Reviewer

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I rated it 4 stars, because it is a bit sad.

Doctor Raccoon Waltzer 02.09.2023

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I liked this book because I love horses. Meg did really wanted a pony and she got it.

Doctor Zizou Satellite 31.08.2023

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It is recommended for 7 year olds. I have 1 word to say and is Adventurous!

Anonymous 26.08.2023

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Great book

Princess Angel Squirrel 13.08.2023

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I learnt that for your wishes to come true you need to have faith in God

Officer Pansy Peanut-butter 05.08.2023

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I thought I was exciting when she looked out of the window to find a horse.

Dona Majorca Sparrow 29.07.2023

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I like it . Melinda no no

Director Ariel Spaghetti-Hoops 19.07.2023

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