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  • Published: 1 May 2010
  • ISBN: 9781864714609
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 208

Greener Pastures




The fifth exciting adventure in a series about ponies, girls, fun and friendship, written by a highly acclaimed Australian author.

The fifth exciting adventure in a series about ponies, girls, fun and friendship, written by a highly acclaimed Australian author.

Shelby would never ever sell her beloved Blue, would she? Just how much money would it take to make her change her mind? And when Shelby's new friend Olivia tells her about a horse that she got for free, Shelby knows it's too good to be true. What is the secret price that Olivia will have to pay?

  • Pub date: 1 May 2010
  • ISBN: 9781864714609
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 208

About the Author

Alyssa Brugman

Alyssa Brugman has written five books about Shelby and her pony, Blue: For Sale Or Swap, Beginner's Luck, Hot Potato, Hide & Seek And Greener Pastures. This series has been shortlisted for a number of Children's Choice awards and was also selected for the 2007 'Books Alive' campaign.

Alyssa's young adult novels Finding Grace, Walking Naked, Being Bindy and Solo have been shortlisted for numerous awards in Australia and overseas. Alyssa has also written Book Two of the new Quentaris series, The Equen Queen.

Alyssa lives in the Hunter Valley.

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Praise for Greener Pastures

“This is the most fantastic book for pony lovers - and every other girl for that matter! . . . A great read for girls aged 9-12.”

Launceston Examiner

“This pacy adventure for younger girls who love animals, especially horses, is a real departure for the edgy and talented young Australian author Alyssa Brugman.”

Fiction Focus

“Brugman's novel flows beautifully, and you can almost believe that Shelby the heroine is sitting next to you, confiding her story into the reader. The story is heartfelt and meaningful . . . I would recommend this book for readers aged 9 to 12. Nine stars!”

Mikaella, aged 12, goldcreek.act.edu.au/yara/


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