The Story of A Shetland PonyBook - 2009
Phin, a Shetland pony, has loved leaving the carnival to become a show pony in the big city, but when his owner loses interest in him, he is sent to a farm for unwanted animals and must find a way to make a home there.
Little Prince is the story of a pampered pale-gold Shetland pony who goes from rags to riches and back again, and discovers the true meaning of home.
If Dauphin, a pampered Shetland pony, seems to lead the perfect life in the penthouse suite of the city's posh riding stables, it's because he does. And if he seems a bit too self-satisfied—after all, he's won several trophies for his young owner, Isabella, and is widely acknowledged to be the prettiest pony in the city—it's because he is.
Dauphin leads a rich, comfortable life. But all that changes when his relationship with his owner takes a decided turn for the worse. He's suddenly sent away to a farm in the middle of nowhere, which is filled with the most unusual animals. And where, against all odds, he discovers the true meaning of home and family.
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Each book in the Breyer Horse Collection series features a story about a special breed of horse. Dauphin (the “Little Prince”), is a Shetland Pony who leads a sheltered, easy life in the city until he is suddenly sent away to live on an isolated farm filled with some very unusual animals, such as Sumalee, the water buffalo. Can Dauphin make a new home and new friends here?
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