Brightheart the Knight's Pony (Magic Pony Carousel, Book 2)

Brightheart the Knight's Pony (Magic Pony Carousel, Book 2)

Poppy Shire

Language: English

Pages: 26

ISBN: 2:00209742

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The Magic Pony Carousel has come to the town fair! Amy wants to ride the beautiful dark bay pony named Brightheart. As soon as she settles into the saddle, the magic carousel whisks them off on an adventure. She and Brightheart travel back to the days of knights and princesses. Will she be able to learn to fight like a knight in time to help a young prince?

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ticket from behind Amy’s ear. She stared at it in astonishment. “So that’s where you were hiding it,” said Mr. Barker, smiling. He handed her the ticket. Amy looked down at it, hardly daring to read the name. But there it was in beautiful swirly writing. Brightheart! Chapter 2 “It says Brightheart!” Amy cried happily. Mr. Barker raised his eyebrows. “Well, isn’t that a stroke of luck! On you get. We’re ready to start!” Granddad beamed. “Have a lovely time!” he called. Amy ran up the

agreed the girl on the chestnut. “This brown velvet of mine is looking a bit shabby. Watch out though, Eleanor. I saw Lady Isabella looking at you just now. You know how cross she gets if anyone has a prettier dress than her.” She nodded over her shoulder at a sturdy covered chair. There were thick red velvet curtains all the way around, hiding whoever was inside. The chair was carried by two guards who were puffing along in studded leather armor. The armor looked heavy and Amy felt sorry for

must be wondering where I am.” “Don’t worry, you’ll be back before he even notices you’re gone. That’s part of the magic of the carousel.” Brightheart pricked his ears forward, and his voice grew serious. “Amy, there’s something I have to tell you. I’ve brought you here because we need to help someone. I don’t know exactly who it is yet, but I know you’re the right person because my name appeared on your ticket. The carousel magic found you for me! We’re back in the Middle Ages, the time of

disappointed. Granddad smiled at her and took her hand. “Come on. We can find something else.” They stopped beside a stand where you had to throw plastic hoops over different prizes. Amy was pretty sure she could get a hoop over one of the teddy bears, but she already had loads of them at home. She shook her head. “The teddies are really cute, but there might be something even better!” she explained to Granddad, and he nodded. “What about that game over there?” Granddad said. “You’d be great

Isabella crept back to her seat, looking embarrassed. Her mother glared at her. “Amy must be allowed to keep the prize, Father,” Henry said firmly. “She won it fair and square!” The king smiled. “Indeed she did. Well done, Amy.” Amy quickly bowed low. The king went on, “Henry, I am very proud of you for defending Amy just now. It is a knight’s true calling to defend those in trouble.” Henry blushed. “Yes, Father,” he muttered. “I didn’t really think about being a knight, though. I just

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