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1 Knowles, Anne The Stirrup and the Ground
London Granada Publishing 1983 0246119403 / 9780246119407 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Near Fine Book McAllister, David 
1st edition hardcover in dust jacket. 128 pp. When Cathy meets her new neighbor, her heart sinks. Mark is about her age but he is a permanent invalid and, what is worse, a very irritable and moody one. Yet, because she and Mark share a passion for Beamsters, the old country house that Cathy's father has inherited, the two young people spend more and more time together. A deep and sensitive relationship develops between them as they discover the history of the bee masters who used to live in the house. Gradually Cathy helps March achieve a measure of physical freedom by teaching him to ride her pony. And in time he forgets his own problems enough to help another handicapped teenager in need. 
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2 Knowles, Anne The Stirrup and the Ground
London Granada Publishing 1983 0246119403 / 9780246119407 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine McAllister, David 
Lightly bumped extremities, text fine. Unclipped dj in new glassine looks fine. When Cathy meets her new neighbor, her heart sinks. Mark is about her age but he is a premanant invalid and, what is worse, a very irritable and moody one. Yet, because she and Mark share a passion for Beamsters, the old country house that Cathy's father has inherited, the two young people spend more and more time together. A deep and sensitive relationship develops between them as they discover the history of the bee masters who used to live in the house. Gradually Cathy helps March achieve a measure of physical freedom by teaching him to ride her pony. And in time he forgets his own problems enough to help another handicapped teenager in need. 
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