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Pony In A Pumpkin Patch

by Ben M. Baglio

Will this Pony ever compete? It is found in a Pumpkin Patch, lost and hurt.

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 on the Porch (Animal Ark #2)

by Ben M. Baglio

Mandy and her best friend James will do all they can to protect a beautiful show-jumping pony from being hurt in competition.

Pony Parade (Animal Ark Pets #7)

by Ben M. Baglio

Mandy's new neighbor, Paul, wants to adopt a sad, abused pony from the animal shelter. But Paul must convince everyone that he has the time to give the pony the care it so desperately needs.

Pony Party!

by Julia Denos P. J. Denton

Meet Ziggy and his friends Rico, Rashawn, and Jerome! They call themselves The Black Dinosaurs and share exciting adventures in these fast-paced, easy-to-read stories that include historical, social, and scientific information along with action and thrills. In The Buried Bones Mystery, the boys build a clubhouse in Ziggy's backyard, where they uncover a box of bones while digging to bury their secret treasures. The boys are swept up in a mystery more intriguing--and scary--than anything they could have imagined. Who could have buried a box of bones behind their clubhouse? In Lost in the Tunnel of Time, the boys discover their hometown was a stop on the Underground Railroad and are excited to explore the part of the tunnel that is right under their school. When a trapdoor slams behind them, locking them in the tunnel, there's only one thing they can do--plunge deeper and deeper into the darkness. Where will the tunnel lead them? And will the old, crumbling walls hold until they find their way to the end?

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 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 Pony Whisperer: Prize Problems

by Janet Rising

Being able to talk to ponies isn't all that it's cracked up to be!Pia never thought anyone actually one magazine contests. So when her friend Beans wins a riding vacation for two, she's totally excited to go with her. A whole wonderful week riding new ponies and making fabulous new friends. But when things start to go missing around the ranch, Pia turns to the ponies to see what they have to say--and is shocked at what she hears!Can Pia and her new pony pals solve the mystery before their vacation gallops to an end?"This combination of magic and quick-moving, contemporary plot is a light and enjoyable read. The horses are particularly amusing as they reveal their complaints and requests to their owners through Pia. "--School Library Journalreview for The Pony Whisperer: The Word on the Yard

The Pony Whisperer: Secret Pony Society

by Janet Rising

The third installment in Janet Rising's fun and fresh new horse series featuring a girl that can talk to horses-and an irreverent, sarcastic pony that talks right back! In Secret Pony Society, everyone at the stables is on alert when traveling gypsies return to the area. But Pia cannot help but be drawn to one traveler girl, Jazz, who has real pony-whispering powers. When she and her pony become runaways, should Pia help Jazz-and risk her new friendships at the stables?

Pony Whisperer: Team Challenge

by Janet Rising

It's the start of the summer holidays and everyone in the stable yard is excited about entering a new nationwide inter-team competition. When Pia and Cat end up on competing teams, it's bound to end in trouble!

Pony Whisperer: The Word on the Yard

by Janet Rising

Pia has always told her pony everything. . . but now he's talking back!It's hard being the new girl in town-new school, new stable, new rivalries. It seems Pia's only friend is her pony, Drummer. But horses can't talk. . . can they?Suddenly, all the horses are talking-to Pia! Now she can understand Drummer, and does he have a lot to say! Who knew this sweet-looking horse would have such an attitude. When news of Pia's pony-whispering power spreads, her popularity grows and she finally feels like she belongs. . . that's when everything starts to go wrong.

Ponzi's Scheme: The True Story of a Financial Legend

by Mitchell Zuckoff

It was a time when anything seemed possible--instant wealth, glittering fame, fabulous luxury--and for a run of magical weeks in the spring and summer of 1920, Charles Ponzi made it all come true. Promising to double investors' money in three months, the dapper, charming Ponzi raised the "rob Peter to pay Paul" scam to an art form. At the peak of his success, Ponzi was raking in more than $2 million a week at his office in downtown Boston. Then his house of cards came crashing down ...

Poodle

by S. Meyer Clark

The world's most intelligent dog is also the world's most glamorous-the Poodle is the epitome of brains and beauty. A superlative companion, show dog, competition dog, service dog, circus dog, hunting dog, etc., etc., the versatile and highly trainable Poodle enjoys popularity in every dog-loving country of the world. This Comprehensive Owner's Guide traces the breed's origins in Europe, where it excelled as a hunter's companion for waterfowl and a tracking dog for highly prized truffles, to its arrival on American shores where it became a fashionable companion dog and a show dog beyond compare. The chapter devoted to the breed's characteristics discusses the virtues of all three sizes of Poodles-Toys, Miniatures, and Standards-as well as the owner qualifications, health concerns, and the physical traits of the breed. The Poodle's voluminous coat-the most impressive in dogdom-requires specialized care and trimming; the care of the Poodle's coat is discussed in detail as are the breed's exercise, training, and socialization requirements.New owners will welcome the well-prepared chapter on finding a reputable breeder and selecting a healthy, sound puppy. Chapters on puppy-proofing the home and yard, purchasing the right supplies for the puppy as well as house-training, feeding, and obedience are illustrated with photographs of handsome adults and puppies. In all, there are over 135 full-color photographs in this useful and reliable volume.. The chapter on healthcare provides up-to-date detailed information on selecting a qualified veterinarian, vaccinations, preventing and dealing with parasites, infectious diseases, and more. Sidebars throughout the text offer helpful hints, covering topics as diverse as historical dogs, breeders, or kennels, toxic plants, first aid, crate training, carsickness, fussy eaters, and parasite control. Fully indexed.

Pooh (Adapted from Winnie-the-Pooh)

by A. A. Milne

The simple book version of Pooh getting stuck in Rabbit's door because he ate too much honey. A book for beginning readers.

Pool Boys

by Erin Haft Scholastic

In the smart, sexy tradition of New York Times bestsellers NEXT SUMMER and SOUTH BEACH, comes a new, sizzling look at tangled teenage romances set in a posh country club. There's the filthy-rich spoiled princess lounging in her Versace gold string bikini. The uber-hot pool boy who never has his shirt on. The poor-but-beautiful girl stuck working behind the snack bar. The handsome tennis star whose even better at kissing.The tight pack of best friends who've been spending summers at the Club forever. . . AND the mysterious newcomer who throws everything off whack. This summer, their lives and loves will all intersect in the most juicy ways imaginable. Because, in the Club, no rules apply. . . except the rules of attraction.

The Pool Of Fire (Tripods #4)

by John Christopher Joe Burleson

Will has escaped from the City of the Tripods to deliver terrifying information to the colony of free people: The Masters are planning to change the earth's atmosphere to that of their own planet, exterminating the human race. There isn't much time to stop them, but Will and the others have no alternative but to try. Will they succeed in freeing the world from the control of the Tripods? And if they do, what will a free world be like after centuries of domination?Thirty-five years after its original publication, we are proud to offer this anniversary edition of The Pool of Fire, featuring a new preface from John Christopher, as well as the author's fully revised text, available in the United States for the first time.

The Pool of St Branok

by Philippa Carr

Angelet, a wealthy young woman living in a mansion on the rocky coast of Cornwall, finds her life dramatically changed when she meets and marries Gervaise Mandeville. Too late, she finds him to be a gambler as he takes her to Australia in pursuit of a fortune. Sequel to "Midsummer's Eve."

The Pool of St. Branok

by Philippa Carr

In the haunting mists of St. Branok's Pool, a terrible crime will bind together a woman and a man foreverYoung Angelet is fascinated by the haunting rumors surrounding the Pool of St. Branok--superstitious tales of its cursed, bottomless waters. The innocent Cornish girl shares the ghostly story with Benedict Lansdon, the handsome, illegitimate grandson of a family friend, and promises to show him the spot. But tragedy strikes when they meet at the pool, and Angelet and Ben become complicit in a crime that could send Ben to the gallows. Ben returns to Australia, but the pair feels bound by their terrible secret. After a whirlwind season in London, Angelet marries Gervaise Mandeville, a charming rogue with a weakness for gambling. As the casualties from the Crimean War mount, Gervaise decides to try his luck in the Australian gold rush. Angelet travels across the world with him, only to once again be ensnared in a fatal act of violence. Alone in the outback, Angelet faces her own day of reckoning from a long-ago crime--and gets a second chance at love.

The Pool of Two Moons (Witches of Eileanan #2)

by Kate Forsyth

The eagerly awaited sequel to DRAGONCLAW POOL OF TWO MOONS <P> Book Two of the Witches of Eileanan Author Kate Forsyth made a bit of a splash with the first volume of this series last year. Her first novel, Dragonclaw was shortlisted for the 1997 Aurealis Awards for Best Fantasy - putting her in the company of Sarah Douglass and Isobelle Carmody - and received rave reviews. Now the story of the Witches of Eileanan continues...<P> At the terrible Day of Reckoning witchcraft was outlawed in Eileanan; witches were killed and their great towers of learning destroyed. Behind the persecution is the beautiful and mysterious Banrigh. The Lodestar, the Inheritance of Adean wielded by the rulers of Eileanan, is lost. Jaspar, the Righ, sickens as he hears the Lodestar's song grow fainter and fainter. Not all the witches were killed on the Day of Reckoning, however. The wood witch Meghan leads the half-blackbird, half-man Bacaiche and the Scarred Warrior Iseult through the countryside to the safety of the Veiled Forest, where she hopes to meet up with Isabeau, her ward, whom she has entrusted to carry part of the precious Key of the Coven. Once in the forest they are visited by the magical Celestines, and Bacaiche reveals his true identity. There are also other, less welcome visitors: the Banrigh's Red Guards may be easily repelled at the forest's fringes, but not so the deadly mesmerdean. In the royal castle at Rhysmadill, Isabeau recovers from the rigours of her journey and falls into her role as serving-girl. There she observes the Righ's decline, and feels the sinister presence of the Banrigh's maid, Sani. Does Sani know that Isabeau has escaped from the clutches of the Awl? Most importantly, how is Isabeau to contact Meghan and join her piece of the Key with the others? As Eileanan's ancient enemies, the sea-dwelling Fairge, take control of parts of the coast, trade grinds to a halt. In the countryside life is hard, supplies not always what they were, and the once-loved faery creatures cruelly hunted down. In the far reaches of swamp-bound Arran, Margrit makes her own plans. As does her son, Iain, whom she has kept a virtual prisoner in the Tower of Mists. Why does Margrit chose to make an alliance with the dour Berthildes of neighbouring Tirsoilleir? Meanwhile Jorge the Blind Seer leads his group of tattered children to the rebels' camp deep in the mountains. The rebels plan to take the ancient city of Lucesere on Samhain Eve. If they do, and the Key can be joined, great magic can be invoked in their cause. At Lucesere is the remains of the witches' Tower of Two Moons and its magical pool. What secrets lie in the pool's depths? Can the Lodestar be freed and Eileanan live in peace once again?

Pool Princess

by Michele Martin Bossley

When Gracie is suddenly moved from the life she loves in Cochrane, Alberta, to the big city of Calgary, she feels lost. She leaves behind her school, her friends, and worst of all her synchronized swimming team. So things start to look up when she finds a new team in the city: she's excited to be training with some of the best swimmers in the province. When Rosalyn, the star of the Calgary team, starts driving Gracie to shape up fast or quit, she's relieved to see the familiar face of Christy Aldredge, the top swimmer at her Cochrane synchro club. Talking with Christy, Gracie finds allies in her stand against Rosalyn's unfair bullying. Pool Princess is a story about the pressures of competitive amateur sport, and about how friendship can help overcome them.

Pooling Risk Among Countries

by Paolo Mauro Jean Imbs

A report from the International Monetary Fund.

Poonam's Pets

by Andrew Davies Diana Davies

On Pet Day, the shyest first grader brings the largest pets, six lions, proving that even the smallest, shyest child can have important things to say.

Poop: A Natural History of the Unmentionable

by Nicola Davies

A noted zoologist teams up with a playful illustrator to present a fun, fact-filled guide to the fascinating (if not fragrant) world of poop across species. Hippos navigate by it, sloths keep in touch through it, dung beetles eat it... and most grownups would rather not to mention it. Meanwhile, scientists who study animal feces find out all sorts of things, such as how many insects a bat eats or just what technique a T. Rex used to devour a triceratops 70 million years ago. However you look at it, poop is the quintessential prototype for recycling and probably the most useful stuff on earth. Take a peek at POOP and find out all you need to know & what it's for, where it goes, and how much we can learn from it.

Poor Badger

by K. M. Peyton

Having become passionately devoted to a pony who is being mistreated by his owner, nine-year-old Ros decides to steal him in the night and hide him in a place of safety.

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