Pony News, Views and Attitudes -- Vol.2 No.9 -- September 8-14, 2008 PAGE 5



please sign me up for weekly newletters and also sign me up to be a tester. Thanks

Hi Webmaster I need to tell you that we have some problems I have not gotten my tester things. And I have not gotten a Wiggins weekly. Now this section is about Holly I wanted to ask her where do you live? Thanks Isabelle

Dear Katie and Isabelle

Thanks for your letter, anyone who wants to get the Wiggins Weekly just has to write in and ask. Testers will be notified by email as soon as there is something to test. Mrs. Crandal tells us that it is amazing how there are so many little pieces being fitted together like a jigsaw puzzle to make a game. Club Pony Pals' Game Testers will be the first to hear when there is something that is not just one piece of a big puzzle.

On the second part of your letter, you can write a note to any other member of Club Pony Pals, we forwarded your question to Holly. We will send you her note if she writes back.


Dear WebMaster

The Pony Pal Game was ok. I don't like having to click a hundred times to brush my horse or to ride. Also I don't like when I click say the brush, that it takes me to a new screen. The last problems are that you can't be Lulu or Anna. Sorry for being such a critic.
Gabby Age 12 1/2
P.S. I also want to choose my own horse.

Dear Gabby

Done! Letters from testers like you are so important to making our game better. You are a great critic, we agreed and will do some things you suggested. Thanks for trying the game and we will let you know as soon as our new one is ready to play.


Dear Webmaster, Thanks for the info. Could you please E-Mail me Jeanne Betancourt's address? The reason I'm asking is because I got a letter from her and can't remember her address. Have enough members joined Club Pony Pals so that Jeanne will write more Pony Pals books? Sincerely,

Dear Cayce

Anyone can write to Jeanne Betancourt here. Emails to Jeanne should be sent to JeanneBetancourt@ClubPonyPals.com. Jeanne is very busy writing and painting but as you found out she sometimes does write back. An email at Club Pony Pals is the best way to reach her.

We still need more signups! Please ask friends to join our Club, that's the best way to show how many people really like Pony Pals books. Thanks!


The story continues..

Summer F writes:

Six Girls, Six Ponies, And They Soon All Become One Club...
Meredith, Pam, Anna, Lulu, Summer, and Sunshine have a new problem.

A wild pony named Eye-High was to be trained by Meredith. But the pony becomes frisky and won't obey orders.

Can the six girls and ponies help Eye-High?

Or is the only thing Eye-High will be dog food?

Lulu S. writes:

Meredith and Pam looked over the fence at Eye High. He was running around, his eyes wide and snorting!

"He looks like he would be a good pony," Mer-mer said, "If we could ever catch him."

Pam picked up a pony halter and lead rope. She looked at the horse cookie jar next to Mer-mer's tack box, and grabbed a few Mrs. Pastures cookies for horses.

"Watch this," Pam said, as she walked toward the pony.

The pony started to run off but when Pam held out a Mrs. Pastures horse cookie he stopped.

Ally writes:

Then he came to Pam.

He took the cookie.

Jane writes:

Eye High never had a Mrs. Pastures cookie before. It took him a few seconds to figure out that he had to chew it up with his back teeth. Then he started to chew. And chew. And chew.

His eyes closed partway and he licked his lips. When he finished chewing Pam held out the halter. Eye High sniffed at it and Pam put it over his nose and gave him another cookie.

Pam said "He likes those!" as she buckled the halter. "Let's go clean you up."

But when Pam turned toward the barn, Eye High....

Ally writes

... fell to the ground.

Lulu writes

He really did not want to come with Pam.

Before Pam could turn around to get Eye High up, she heard a noise and turned around to see....

Summer F writes
.. a tan and white object running from the barn. Pam sighed with stress. It was Pongo, the Appaloosa foal.

Pongo was caught in quicksand and only by teamwork, Meredith, Pam, Anna, Lulu, Summer, and Sunshine were able to save him.

Pongo was sick from eating poisoned berries while lost, so he had been staying at the Animal Clinic.

Pongo been nothing but a troublemaker. First, he chased some leghorn hens at the pen. Pam bought them from Green Market when livestock were sold.

Then, Pongo rolled into red mud, making his coat, kind of a ruby color. He still had a faint stain. Then, he was bucking and kicking Lightning, bossing her to play. When Pam shooed him away, he just wheeled right back, and head-butted her so hard, she fell down.

One time they were having a barn sleepover, and Pongo was whinnying and chasing Acorn, Lightning, Hugo, Piddles, Squirrel, and Snow White. He was even chasing the school ponies. Pam tried to chase him away, but the raced right back. An like a bighorn sheep fighting another, he rammed Pam right into a puddle of black mud.

Anna, Lulu, Meredith, Summer, and Sunshine giggled. But they helped Pam get up and helped her shower. Then they put Pongo with them. But he kept stepping on each other's hair or sleeping bag. So they put him in Lightning's stall. And Pongo fought with Woolie, Pam's sheepdog when he was trying to herd her with Lighting. Woolie kept barking and snarling. But he yelped in panic when Pongo reared and punched Woolie on the side with his front hooves. So Woolie hardly ever went near Pongo.

This time, Pongo leapt like a cat and kicked Eye-High's rear with his back hooves. "Pongo!" said Pam, "Stop it!" Instead of running away, Eye-High reared and pushed Pongo so hard with his front hooves, Pongo was punched into the barn door. He chased him away. "Eye-High!" said Pam. Eye-High raced to his paddock. He was scared; you could see the whites of his eyes and his ears were laid back. "No cookies for that behavior!" Pam and Meredith saw Eye-High run around in his paddock. Pam and Meredith needed help, they needed their friends for this horse.


This story comes from Club Pony Pals members writing in with their ideas.

What happens next? Let us know. Write to WebMaster@ClubPonyPals.com

Pony Pals Thought for the Day

To have, to hold, to keep, to feel;

Only love has the power to heal.



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