by Pam Pollack Illustrated by Lisa Bonforte
Reviewed by Mikaela S. (age 6)
Mikaela S. is a student in Mrs. Okamura's 1st Grade Class
The ponies and the girl live on a farm together. Ponies look like horses, but they are shorter. Ponies need lots of fresh water and hay. Ponies come in many colors. The can be white, gray, brown, red, golden, or black. Some ponies are mixed colors. They can hear things that people cannot hear. They can live all over the world.
My favorite part of the story is when the pony plays jokes on the girls. My favorite character is the girl because she is a girl like me. This story does not relate to my life. The pictures help me understand the different types of ponies and their characteristics.
I think others should read this story because it is educational. This story is long, but also fun and awesome.