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  • Summer Pony

    Jean Slaughter Doty, Ruth Sanderson

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, April 22, 2008)
    Ginny has always dreamed of having her very own pony, so when her parents agree to rent her a pony for the summer, Ginny is thrilled! But when Mokey arrives, she is shaggy, dirty, and half-starved–not at all what Ginny had in mind. Can Ginny still have the summer of her dreams?
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  • Summer

    Edith Wharton

    eBook
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  • Summer

    Gerda Muller

    Board book (Floris Books, Oct. 15, 1994)
    Full of fun, active illustrations, this chunky board book shows the joys of fishing for tadpoles, playing at the beach, eating ice-cream, and enjoying evening picnics.
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  • Summer Pony

    Jean Slaughter Doty, Ruth Sanderson

    eBook (Random House Books for Young Readers, Dec. 10, 2008)
    Ginny has always dreamed of having her very own pony, so when her parents agree to rent her a pony for the summer, Ginny is thrilled! But when Mokey arrives, she is shaggy, dirty, and half-starved–not at all what Ginny had in mind. Can Ginny still have the summer of her dreams?
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  • Summer

    Child's Play, Ailie Busby

    Board book (Child's Play International, Oct. 1, 2015)
    There's something special about each season of the year, wherever we live in the world. Follow the children in this book as they discover and explore the unique character of summer, through indoor and outdoor play. Sensory, detailed and child-centred, this is the perfect introduction for young children to the cycles of the year.
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  • Summer

    Edith Wharton, Laura Rattray

    Paperback (Oxford University Press, Oct. 1, 2015)
    'Can't you see that I don't care what anybody says?' Charity Royall lives in the small New England village of North Dormer. Born among outcasts from the Mountain beyond, she is rescued by lawyer Royall and lives with him as his ward. Never allowed to forget her disreputable origins Charity despises North Dormer and rebels against the stifling dullness of the tight-knit community surrounding her. Her boring job in the local library is interrupted one day by the arrival of a young visiting architect, Lucius Harney, whose good looks and sophistication arouse her passionate nature. As their relationship grows, so too does Charity's conflict with her guardian; darker undercurrents start to come to the surface.Summer is often compared to Wharton's other New England story, Ethan Frome, and it shares the same intensity of feeling and repression. Wharton regarded it as one of her best works, and its compelling story of burgeoning sexuality and illicit desire has a strikingly modern and troubling ambiguity.About the Series:For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, voluminous notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.
  • Summer Pony

    Jean Slaughter Doty, Ruth Sanderson

    Library Binding (Random House Books for Young Readers, April 22, 2008)
    Ginny has always dreamed of having her very own pony, so when her parents agree to rent her a pony for the summer, Ginny is thrilled! But when Mokey arrives, she is shaggy, dirty, and half-starved–not at all what Ginny had in mind. Can Ginny still have the summer of her dreams?From the Trade Paperback edition.
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  • Summer Pony

    Jean Slaughter; Illus. By Sam Saavitt Doty

    Paperback (Scholastic, Jan. 1, 1973)
    Vintage book
  • Summer pony

    Jean Slaughter Doty

    Hardcover (Macmillan, Jan. 1, 1973)
    Disappointed with the half-straved and unkempt pony she has rented for the summer, Ginny hesitantly tries to do something with her.
  • Summer

    Edith Wharton

    eBook (Xist Classics, Aug. 4, 2014)
    This edition includes 10 illustrations. Edith Wharton, whose work depicting upper-class society in Victorian-era America earned her a Pulitzer in 1920 for The Age of Innocence, saw her eleventh novel, Summer, published in 1917. Set in New England and focusing on Charity Royall, the ward of her town’s most prominent citizen, Summer is filled with first romance and a love which must end as the year’s warmest months turn to autumn. As provocative as it is realistic in the rendering of its characters, who are by turns bold, cruel and passionate, Summer’s rural heroine struggles no less than her wealthy, cosmopolitan contemporaries.
  • Summer

    Edith Wharton

    eBook (, Aug. 4, 2014)
    This edition includes 10 illustrations. Edith Wharton, whose work depicting upper-class society in Victorian-era America earned her a Pulitzer in 1920 for The Age of Innocence, saw her eleventh novel, Summer, published in 1917. Set in New England and focusing on Charity Royall, the ward of her town’s most prominent citizen, Summer is filled with first romance and a love which must end as the year’s warmest months turn to autumn. As provocative as it is realistic in the rendering of its characters, who are by turns bold, cruel and passionate, Summer’s rural heroine struggles no less than her wealthy, cosmopolitan contemporaries.
  • Summer

    Edith Wharton

    eBook (, Aug. 4, 2014)
    This edition includes 10 illustrations. Edith Wharton, whose work depicting upper-class society in Victorian-era America earned her a Pulitzer in 1920 for The Age of Innocence, saw her eleventh novel, Summer, published in 1917. Set in New England and focusing on Charity Royall, the ward of her town’s most prominent citizen, Summer is filled with first romance and a love which must end as the year’s warmest months turn to autumn. As provocative as it is realistic in the rendering of its characters, who are by turns bold, cruel and passionate, Summer’s rural heroine struggles no less than her wealthy, cosmopolitan contemporaries.