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No Ponies in the House! (Pony Pals #37)

by Jeanne Betancourt

No animals in the house! That's Lulu's grandmother's rule. Rosalie loses her pet hamster in Lulu's kitchen. Pony Pals call emergency meeting. Lulu's pony has found the runaway pet before. But how can the pony help if the hamster is in the house?

Ponies from the Past (Pony Pals #31)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Lulu and Snow White find a letter written in 1918 hidden in a jar. The letter is from one young girl to another, who both seem to like ponies as much as the Pony Pals. Lulu and her friends can't figure out why the two hid notes to stay in touch. The only way to find out is to ask them, but will they be able to find them?

Ponies On Parade (Pony Pals #38)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Anna has a great idea for the town's first ever Pony Parade. Ten lucky artists get to paint a lifesize copy of a pony. The painted ponies will be auctioned off at the Fall Festival and the money goes to the local fire department. The Pony Pals think Anna is a sure winner. She's the best artist in school! But Anna's mother has other ideas. No parade until Anna finishes her research paper. Ugh! And to make matters worse, Tommy Rand is up to his old pranks. Would he really sabotage all of Anna's hard work and destroy her pony design--just to be mean? Not if the Pony Pals can stop him!

Pony-4-Sale (Pony Pals #30)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Pam is worried when she meets Cloud, the pony who performs with Maggie the Magician. When Maggie puts Cloud up for sale, Pony Pals investigate and discover that her original owner is a boy who lives nearby. Can Pony Pals help him buy the pony back?

The Pony and the Bear (Pony Pals #23)

by Jeanne Betancourt

The Pony Pals are excited about doing a nature watch in the woods. People say the black bears are making their way south. Anna is on the night watch when she hears a rustling sound. Acorn is restless. Could it be a black bear? Anna is terrified.

The Pony and the Lost Swan (Pony Pals #34)

by Jeanne Betancourt

A mother swan and her three little cygnets have made a home on the lake. When the Pony Pals see all the trash people leave on the shore, they decide to clean up the lake before the swans get hurt. One morning, Lulu and Snow-White find only two cygnets swimming alone. Could the mother swan and her other cygnet be in trouble?

The Pony and the Missing Dog (Pony Pals #27)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Pam loves her sheepdog, Woolie. But sometimes he gets in the way, especially when he thinks it is his job to round up the Pony Pals! Then Woolie disappears. Pam feels sorry for every time she thought he was a pest. Who else can she turn to for help?

A Pony for Keeps (Pony Pals #2)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Anna loves her pony, Acorn. But her parents think Acorn is the reason why she is doing badly in school. If she doesn't get better grades, they will take him away. Can the Pony Pals help Anna and Acorn? Will Acorn be a pony for keeps?

A Pony in Trouble (Pony Pals #3)

by Jeanne Betancourt

When Pam's own pony gets sick, Pam needs her Pony Pals more than ever. Her Pony Pals, Anna and Lulu, try to figure out what is making the pony sick. Can the Pony Pals solve the mystery? Will Lightning, the pretty pony, be a pony in trouble for long?

Pony Problem (Pony Pals Super Special #5)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Snow White and Acorn are fighting. They bite each other and they can't even stand to be in the same paddock. All this tension causes a big blowout as Lulu and Anna defend their ponies. Pam is caught in the middle. Can Pam use her newly discovered gift for communicating with ponies to figure out what's causing the upset before Anna and Lulu decide they don't want to be Pony Pals anymore?

Pony-Sitters (Pony Pals #14)

by Jeanne Betancourt

When Klines ask Pony Pals to take care of Mimi and her new pony, Anna is so excited. Mimi is very cute and her pony is adorable! But Mimi doesn't like doing pony chores. How can Pony Pals teach her about riding and safety when she doesn't listen?

Pony to the Rescue (Pony Pals #5)

by Jeanne Betancourt

A camping trip turns into an unexpected adventure when the Pony Pals rescue a girl who has become lost in the woods.

The Rainbow Kid

by Jeanne Betancourt

When ten-year-old Aviva comes home from camp to find her parents have separated, she is afraid that instead of being a two-family child, she'll be a two-bedroom, no-family child.

Ready, Shoot, Score! (Cheer USA #3)

by Jeanne Betancourt

It's time for the Regional Cheer USA competition in Miami -- and the girls on the squad are nervous. Melody is psyched to see her old friends, but doesn't know how they will get along with her new friends. And Emily and Joan have problems of their own.

Runaway Pony (Pony Pals #7)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Three girls love the pony named Snow White, who catches a contagious disease and is deported. Will they ever be reunited?

Self-portrait (Three Girls in the City #1)

by Jeanne Betancourt

The book is about the friendship of three girls. Although they differ in characters, they realize that they have more in common than they thought.

Stolen Ponies (Pony Pals #20)

by Jeanne Betancourt

In this story about safety and responsibility, the Pony Pals discover that Tommy and Mike have been lighting campfires in the woods. When the girls warn them about the dangers of fire, the boys get angry and steal the girls' ponies.

The Story of Our Ponies (Pony Pals Super Special #2)

by Jeanne Betancourt

The Pony Pals do some detective work. Anna finds out why Acorn had so many homes and Pam finds out that Lightning was born in Ireland! But Lulu is upset.

Ten True Animal Rescues

by Jeanne Betancourt

A gorilla takes care of a little boy who falls into her cage at the zoo; a cat saves an infant's life; a dolphin rescues a drowning woman. These and more exciting true stories offer the best in real life drama for animal lovers.

Three Girls in the City: Black and White

by Jeanne Betancourt

Carolyn can't bear the thought that her father is dating. How can he even try to replace her mother with someone new? Joy was just getting used to being the cool little rich girl. But what if she isn't going to be rich anymore? Maya's the sensitive one. So why didn't she know what Shana, her best friend forever, was going through? Runaway horses, poetry slams, family troubles; good times, brainstorms, hard questions: friendship, like the color black goes with everything.

Three Girls in the City: Close Up

by Jeanne Betancourt

Joy, Maya and Carolyn have finally figured out the basics of their rich, lop-sided and sometimes hilarious friendship. Then Mandy, Carolyn's best friend from Wyoming, blows into town and nothing's the same.

Too Many Ponies (Pony Pals #6)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Accepting a new job helping to train two new ponies, Pam begins to fear that the job is interfering with her social life when her long hours and lack of availability are not understood by Lulu and Anna.

Unlucky Pony (Pony Pals #24)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Eve needs the Pony Pals' help. Her Pony, Lucky, was hand-reared by the Pony Pals, but now he's become too difficult for Eve to control. The Pony Pals are happy to train Lucky and teach Eve how to manage him but they soon learn it's a tough job.

Valentine Blues

by Jeanne Betancourt

Aviva faces problems when orphaned Josh comes to live with them.

Western Pony (Pony Pals #22)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Lulu after coming back from vacation finds Snow White missing and she is seen to be used by Charlie in a different style altogether. Lulu tries to change the attitude and reunites the Pony Pal friends.

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