Hoping to become friends with pony riders Pam and Anna, Lulu dreams of owning a pony while staying with her grandmother during her father's absence, and when she finds an injured pony, Lulu tries to save the beautiful animal.
Anna loves her pony, Acorn. She knows that he is perfect for her. But her parents think Acorn is the reason why she is doing badly in school. If she doesn't get better grades, they will take him away. Pam and Lulu, her Pony Pals, want to help. They know how much Anna loves her pony. Can the Pony Pals help Anna and Acorn? Will Acorn be a pony for keeps? -Back cover.
Anna, Pam and Lulu are planning a camping trip with their ponies. Anna is excited about the overnight trip and trail riding with her pony, Acorn. But the trip turns out to be a bigger adventure than the Pony Pals expected.
After Lulu takes a bad fall and hurts her pony, she decides she doesn't want to be a Pony Pal anymore, and now her friends need to convince her to get back on her pony and ride before she becomes too afraid to go near her horse.
When the Pony Pals find a stray cat, they let him stay in Dr. Crandal's animal clinic until they can find him a good home, but when the clinic catches fire, the cat disappears and the Pony Pals have to find him before he gets seriously hurt.
Pam doesn't like competing in horse shows. She enjoys helping her Pony Pals give riding lessons to Rosalie and Mimi so they have a chance of winning. But after some lessons from her mother's friend, Olympic champion Eleanor Morgan, Pam changes her mind.
Lulu returns from her vacation to find Snow White missing. She discovers that Mr. Olsen's nephew, Charlie, has been riding Snow White while she has been away. Lulu is furious because Charlie has been riding Snow White western style.
The Pony Pals are excited about doing a nature watch in the woods. People say the black bears are making their way south and maybe the girls will be the first to see one up close. But they're also worried that Charlie will tell Tommy and Mike about their plans. Anna is on the night watch when she hears a rustling sound. Acorn is restless, pacing up and down. Could it be a black bear? Anna is terrified. Or is it just Tommy and Mike playing their usual...
Anna is confused. She wants everyone to know that Acorn is a very special pony, but does she really want him to star in a movie with Bette Fleming? Bette might be a famous movie star, but Anna doesn't like this snobby, rude girl. What should Anna do? She turns to her Pony Pals for help. Will their decision be the right one, or will it lead to unexpected problems for Anna?
Pam loves her sheepdog, Woolie. But sometimes he gets in the way--especially when he thinks it is his job to round up the Pony Pals! Then Woolie disappears. The Pony Pals ride everywhere to look for the missing dog. The put up signs and talk to all the neighbors. But there's still no sign of Woolie. Pam feels sorry for every time she thought he was a pest. Who else can she turn to for help?
Ms. Wiggins' pony, Beauty, is having a baby. And the Pony Pals will be there when Beauty's foal is born. Lulu and her friends even get to name the baby, but before they decide what to call him, something goes terribly wrong.
The curtain rises. A star is born. It's Anna's chance to shine. She has the lead role in the town play. But Anna can't remember her lines - and her understudy may be up to no good! Worst of all, Anna's pony didn't get the part of the magic pony. Now Anna is missing out on trail rides and time with Acorn and her Pony Pals. Should Anna quit the play before she gets kicked out of the club?
Anna wants to enter a contest to paint a life-size pony for the upcoming Fall Festival, but Tommy Rand and his friend Mike are mad at the Pony Pals and may be capable of ruining everything. Anna has a great idea for the town's first ever Pony Parade. Ten lucky artists get to paint a life-size copy of a pony. The painted ponies will be auctioned off at the Fall Festival and the money goes to the local fire department. The Pony Pals think Anna is a...