The Team

The Team

K.M. Peyton / Jan 18, 2020

The Team Fourteen year old Ruth acquires what is considered an unsuitable pony and determines to train him so that she can become a member of the Pony Club team Sequel to Fly by Night

  • Title: The Team
  • Author: K.M. Peyton
  • ISBN: 9780690010831
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fourteen year old Ruth acquires what is considered an unsuitable pony and determines to train him so that she can become a member of the Pony Club team Sequel to Fly by Night.

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    1. What I enjoyed most about The Team was its cast of secondary characters, particularly the battleaxe of a Pony Club district commissioner Mrs. Meredith. Mrs. Meredith has no compunction about sacrificing children’s egos—or even the odd broken limb—to win a rally and there is no twenty-first century hand-holding to her style of coaching. Peter McNair is also a truly unique character, utterly obsessed with his former pony Toadhill Flax, who was sold from under him by his horse-dealer father. [...]



    2. Sequel to the much better "Fly-by-Night", this story continues with Ruth Hollis, Peter McNair and their families, while introducing new characters.One of the reasons that "Fly" was so delightful was that it deviated from the usual pony book trope of schooling and endless bloody circles that the worthy pony heroines usually employ to break/school the unmanageable pony they've acquired. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy those books, but it was a nice change to gloss over that in "Fly". "The Team" falls [...]


    3. A great sequel to Fly-by-Night. I always enjoy how her adolescent characters have to work for everything, and make an effort. And they don’t always get what they want. Lots of pony background and a little hint of teenage love towards the end.



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