Felix and Blackie is the twenty-second of twenty-nine titles in the Road to Avonlea storybook series, “based on the Sullivan Films productions adapted from the novels of Lucy Maud Montgomery.” Written by Heather Conkie and based on the episode of the same name also by Heather Conkie, it was published in Canada by HarperCollins and in the U.S. by Bantam Skylark in 1994. It was preceded by The Ties That Bind and followed by But When She Was Bad. . . .
From the Back Cover
Felix’s Delivery, writes Sara Stanley, finishing up the fancy painted sign that marks the opening of her cousin Felix’s new after-school business. If Felix can make enough money to support Blackie, his father has promised to keep the beloved family stallion. But Felix’s shrewd business methods provide an income that well exceeds the cost of keeping Blackie in feed, and his appetite for wealth gets out of control. Determined to flaunt his success, Felix takes on a bet that results in a heart-breaking and important lesson.
Author: Heather Conkie
Publishers: HarperCollins (Toronto); Bantam Skylark (New York)
Pagination: iv + 108 pp.
Format: Trade paperback
Trim: 7.58″ x 5.25″
ISBN: 0-00-647416-0 (Canada), 0-553-48121-5 (USA)
Series: Road to Avonlea