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The twins were Diana and Christine who with their elder sister Josephine have written over 150 books which have sold in millions around the world Now over 50 years after the publication of their first book the three sisters have jointly written about their extraordinary childhood with lovable but often unreliable animals and unforgettable humans


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    Fair Girls and Grey Horses the biography of the Pullein Thompson’s country childhood is a beautifully told nostalgic trip through the twenties and thirties right through to the end of the war Related by Josephine Christine and Diana in turn it describes a delightfully eccentric family The sisters spent their time raising bantams and geese camping out in the garden on summer nights reciting poetry to each other and avoiding a formal education as much as possible They lived at The Grove in the village of Peppard in South Oxfordshire with their brother Denis Mamma and their father Harold James Pullein Thomson whom they called ‘Cappy’ as not only had he been a Captain in the Great War he’d suffered badly as a result so tended to be rather bad tempered As a consequence the girls were closer to their mother Joanna Cannan became their mentor and inspiration as she was delightfully bohemian and tolerant a woman who defied convention and a busy author who spent her mornings typing out her novels When asked if the twins were quite normal she retorted ‘Good God I hope not’ The main preoccupation for the three sisters was of course caring for ponies starting with sharing one between them to owning over forty and running their own riding school The individual characteristics of these ponies is beautifully illustrated providing the sisters with ample material for their future careers They would sit around the kitchen table and write their own collective stories for their own magazine before moving on to publish their first book Picotee followed by Josephine writing Six Ponies on her own They went on to publish 200 books between them adored by their fans including my own daughters who read their way through the entire collection when I was running a book shop These delightful pony stories aimed to show girls that they could succeed with their dream even if they were not intellectual or clever so long as they were passionate about what they did Fair Girls and Grey Horses by Christine Diana and Josephine Pullein ThompsonPublished by Allison Busby