THE CHRISTMAS PONY
With Christmas around the corner, the Turnbull family is in need of a few small miracles.
It is 1937, and Lucy Turnbull knows better than to wish for a pony this Christmas. Her mother has assured her in no uncertain terms that asking for a pony is the same as asking for the moon. Besides, the only extra mouths they need at their boarding house are the paying kind. Then an interesting pair of strangers comes to town, and Lucy's world changes forever.
A beautiful Christmas story told in a timeless, traditional fashion. It has the substance and drama of an old classic Christmas movie. The kind you know you will enjoy over and over again for years to come. I think the fact that the story is told from a child's point of view makes it all the more magical. And watching the romance develop from Lucy's perspective makes it even more special. Unique in that the story would appeal to young girls as well as adults, The Christmas Pony celebrates the warmth and true meaning of the holidays.
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