Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3

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Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Ù ❮Ebook❯ ➨ Fair Girls and Grey Horses ➩ Author Josephine Pullein-Thompson – Connecfloor.co.uk The twins were Diana and Christine who with their elder sister Josephine have written over 150 books which have sold in millions around the world Now over 50 years after the publEbook Fair Girls and Grey Horses Author Josephine Pullein Thompson Connecfloor.co.uk The twins were Diana and Christine who with their elder sister Josephine have written over 150 books which have sold in.

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  • Freda Lightfoot

    Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Fair Girls and Grey HorsesFair Girls and Grey Horses the biography of the Pullein Thompson’s country childhood is a beautifully told nostalgic trip through the twenties and thirties right through to the end of the war Related by Josephine Christine and Diana in turn it describes a delightfully eccentric family The sisters spent their time raising bantams and geese camping out in the garden on summer nights reciting poetry to each other and avoiding a formal education as much as possible They lived at The Grove in the village of Peppard in Sou


  • Maggies_lens

    Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Fair Girls and Grey HorsesToo scattered Gave it a good go with a solid hours reading could not get into it


  • Louise / Daisy May Johnson

    Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Fair Girls and Grey HorsesThe Pullein Thompson sisters and their mother Joanna Cannan are unmissable to fans of classic British horsey children's literature You sort of know of them by osmosis somehowWriting together and separately the Pullein Thompson produced a great joint canon of work tales of Pony Clubs and careful lessons in horsemanship and character and soul enriching 'you will own that pony some day' You can always feel part of a Pullein Thompson novel even though you're maybe far far away from it caught up on the fifteenth floor of an inner city tower block and the nearest thing you've ever seen to a pony is the sweeping brush in the kitchen These books want you in them and with them; they're generous warm hearted and almost innocent in a way They are concerned with goodness of doing the right thing of looking after your pony of falling off and getting back on of being brave hearty and true to yourself Rather fascinating and gorgeous books and enduring too despite the tones which may ha


  • Bgnotchn

    Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Fair Girls and Grey HorsesAn enjoyable background to the Pullein Thompson sisters and their mother; all pony book authors of my childhood I did find the format chapters written by each of the sisters took a while to get used to and interrupted the flow at times but on the other hand this provided a book that could be dipped into and put down easily A


  • Barbara Summers

    Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Fair Girls and Grey HorsesI am not a lover of autobiographies and was a bit worried when I started reading this that it would be another dry read However it soon picks up into a very interesting read helping me to remember all those horsey books from my childhood I then had to go and check my bookshelves to see which I still had but couldn't immediately find any what a let down


  • Clare O&

    Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Fair Girls and Grey HorsesThe three sisters wrote this memoir of growing up as pony mad and then horse mad girls They left school in order to teach riding and horse care when the Second World War broke out They


  • Anne

    Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Fair Girls and Grey HorsesLoved this joint autobiography describing the Pullein Thompson sisters interwar childhood and adolescence


  • Cheyenne Blue

    Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Fair Girls and Grey HorsesI read many of the Pullein Thompson sisters’ books as a kid and so I was keen to read this memoir written by the three of them It’s a pleasant read about a country childhood in Britain between the wars The sisters had an unconventional upbringing and minimal education and were fairly privileged – they were sometimes short of money but they had land and staff and so were in a better position than many to pursue their horse riding dreamsMuch of the book is about their very early life and finishes when Josephine the eldest turns 18 I would have liked to have learned about their books and the experiences that inspired them as well as of their later teenage and early adult years I could pick ponies they owned that became ponies in their books with the accompanying character solid s


  • skippity_doo

    Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Fair Girls and Grey HorsesI think I was expecting much detail on the horses themselves which did not materialise until the later part of the bookNonetheless an interesting read which offers all three perspectives on family life and growing up together


  • Kelly

    Fair Girls and Grey Horses review ¸ 3 Fair Girls and Grey Horses35 stars or even 375 The book was a bit vague and wandering at times but overall a very interesting read about an unconventional childhood and a way of life which has now vanished