Redirected from Josephine Pullein-Thompson). The Pullein-Thompson sisters – Josephine Pullein-Thompson MBE (3 April 1924 – 19 June 2014), Diana Pullein-Thompson (1 October 1925 – 21 October 2015), and Christine Pullein-Thompson (1 October 1925 – 2 December 2005) – were British writers, known mainly for their pony books, mostly fictional, aimed at children and mostly popular with girls.
Books by Josephine Pullein-Thompson, Racehorse Holiday, Ghost Horse on the Moor, Save the Ponies, Pony Club Cup, The prize pony, Pony Club stories, The no-good pony, Learn to Ride Well. Are you sure you want to remove Josephine Pullein-Thompson from your list?
Blog: How Josephine Pullein-Thompson transported young readers. Once asked why so many girls develop a passion for ponies, the novelist Josephine Pullein-Thompson, who has died aged 90, declared, "they need something to love, to nurture. He was often short-tempered; only later did Josephine realise that this may well have been because he was in constant pain. Accordingly, the three sisters gravitated more towards their mother, who became the main breadwinner in the family, thanks to the 48 novels – a mixture of pony books and detective stories – that she wrote on the dining-room table.
Josephine Pullein-Thompson. Everyone's heard about Black Beauty, probably the greatest horse that ever lived. But what about the rest of his family? Here we meet some of his other extraordinary relations, each with an amazing story to tell. There's his brother, Black Ebony, who is involved in a terrible mining accident; his great niece, Black Princess, a heroine in World War One; and then there's Black Velvet, a distant relation whose life as a show jumper is about to change dramatically.
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Josephine Mary Wedderburn Pullein-Thompson. March 4, 1924 Wimbledon, Surrey, England. Pony Club team (An Armada pony book) )
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Pullein-Thompson sisters. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. October 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). All three of the Pullein-Thompson sisters have written at least one book under a different name; Josephine wrote one under the pseudonym of Josephine Mann, Diana wrote three books under her married name of Diana Farr and Christine wrote two books under the name of Christine Keir. Further details of the titles are given in the relevant section. Star Riders Of The Moor (1976; later republished as Star Riders). Ride Better And Better (non-fiction, 1977). Fear Treks The Moor (1978). Black Nightshade (1978).