Hayley the Horse is a beauty!
Her sleek tail was glossy, her black mane perfection.
Her coat shone so bright you could see your reflection.
And when she gets a haircut . . . she is proud to see her locks used to make fine paintbrushes and bows for violins.
But when the famous violinist La Rue comes to town and spots Hayley, he hatches a plan to steal her whole tail.
So Hayley has to be strong - this horse couldn't fail.
There was no way on earth he was taking her tail!
She is going to put on a performance that the Queen will never forget!
Another laugh-out-loud horsey fable from the brilliant Gavin Puckett!
This is Book 6 in the Fables from the Stables Series. See all Fables from the Stables books here.
Gavin lives in South Wales with his wife, his young son and their cat, George. He spends his days working as a school liaison officer with the police and won the Greenhouse Funny Prize in 2013 with his debut book, Murray the Horse.
Tor Freeman is a Londoner and a freelance illustrator since she graduated from Kingston University with a BA in Illustration in...
Tor Freeman Biography
Tor Freeman grew up in London and graduated from Kingston University with a BA in illustration. She has been working as an illustrator ever since. In 2012 she was awarded the Sendak Fellowship and spent a month in Connecticut.
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