Molly is Mine
Molly is MineSiri Spont, illustrated by Andrea Femerstrand
Molly the Shetland pony is Ebba’s best friend. Molly lives in an old stable not far from Ebba’s home. Ebba has to bicycle there every day whatever the weather, to muck out, groom and feed Molly. It’s hard work but most of the time Ebba thinks it’s fun. But not today!
‘Molly is actually my horse,’ her big sister reminds her at breakfast. Ebba is furious. It’s so unfair. If Molly isn’t Ebba’s then why not skip going to the stable and play with her friends instead?
At first Ebba enjoys herself and the freedom but then she thinks of Molly. She must surely be lonely and hungry in the paddock.
The first part in this easy-to-read series about Molly tells us what it’s like to live in the country and actually have a horse: it’s muddy and hard work, but most of all, it’s completely and utterly wonderful!
The books about Molly are perfect for children who are learning to read and who love books with lots of pictures and a little more text.
Danish: Forlaget Carlsen
Norwegian: Cappelen Damm