Told in the first person, these adventures of Flossy Thompson, a likeable and fairly enterprising neighborhood dog, form a...

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THE DOG THAT COULD SWIM UNDER WATER

Told in the first person, these adventures of Flossy Thompson, a likeable and fairly enterprising neighborhood dog, form a lightly humorous animal fantasy. Flo is a friendly soul who loves to observe the life around her- springtime in the nearby meadow, the peculiarities of her various canine and feline friends. She was particularly delighted to discover one day that she could swim under water in a meadow pond from which she had decided to fetch some golf balls. The consequences of this skill of Flossy's have amusing consequences, not the least of which helps a friend in a precarious predicament and the result is good local wit.

Pub Date: March 1, 1956

ISBN: N/A

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Publisher: Viking

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1956