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Book Title: The Saddest Pony|
The author of the book: Jeanne Betancourt
Edition: Scholastic Paperbacks
Date of issue: November 1st 1998
ISBN 13: 9780590512954
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Reader ratings: 5.7
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 1.39 MB
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This is a good book, showing that sometimes there's more to the situation than what meets the eye, and you should be careful not to judge people too early.
I did take a little bit of an issue with the Pony Pals wanting to go to the police, but saying they needed more evidence first. I've called the police twice on a former roommate for pot, and they didn't need me to gather any evidence. They just came and checked the situation out. So, it's odd the girls think they need more evidence when all the police have to do is just show up, and then they could see the evidence for themselves. Also, I get the pony needs immediate help, but it's odd they talk about needing more evidence while cleaning up and caring for the pony, thus destroying evidence.
Aside from that issue, though, it was a good book.
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Read information about the authorWhen I was growing up I never thought of being an author. I was a terrible speller and didn't want to write any more than I had to. I wanted to be a tap dancer when I grew up. After a few years of teaching junior high and high school, I wrote my first novel. It was a surprise to discover that I liked making up stories and writing them down. I liked it so much that eventually I stopped teaching and became a fulltime writer.
Besides novels for children and young adults, I've also told stories by writing scripts for television and the movies.
I live on the top floor of a sixteen-story building near the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. From my apartment I have a view of Manhattan that includes the Empire State Building and the Plaza Hotel. In my free time I draw, paint, and read. I still love to dance.
Some people think that a writer's life is lonely. But when I'm writing a story I don't feel lonely because I am actively involved with lots of interesting people – the characters in my books. I love knowing that some day readers will get to know these characters, too. If you are one of my readers I hope you have as much enjoyment in reading my stories as I have writing them.
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