THE BOOK OF SUNNYBANK by Albert Payson Terhune

THE BOOK OF SUNNYBANK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not strictly an autobiography, but definitely autobiographical, is this dissertation on Sunnybank, the garden, the neighbors, friends, feathered and four-footed, the trials of increasing motorists, overwhelming affection for his acres and trees and anguish over their future, when he is gone, and so on. Two good dog stories included. And there's a sentimental appeal to all of Terhune's yarns, and unfailing appeal to a large, conservative public.

Pub Date: Sept. 21st, 1934
Publisher: Harper