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Meg and Merlin: Making Friends

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Meg treasures every moment that she gets to spend riding, and she has always longed for a pony of her own.

She knows Mum and Dad can't afford a pony - they can't even afford her weekly riding lessons any more. But on the morning of her tenth birthday, Meg looks out the window to an unbelievable sight ... a pony standing in the front garden. Have all of Meg's wishes come true?
Award-winning author Tanya Landman brings a fresh perspective to horse-riding stories with a heart-warming new series about friendship and dreaming big.

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Meg wanted a pony. She wanted a pony so badly that it hurt.

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About Tanya Landman

Tanya Landman studied for a degree in English Literature at Liverpool University before working in a bookshop, an arts centre and a zoo. Tanya won the Carnegie Medal in 2015 with Buffalo Soldier and is renowned for her thought-provoking novels set in nineteenth-century America.

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