THAT BIG BROOZER by Benzell Graham

THAT BIG BROOZER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

All the humor and pathos implicit in an oversized dog's awkward attempts to ingratiate himself are exploited in this comedy of a man and his pet. Broozer's bids at the neighbor's affection repeatedly misfire and his attempts at conversation strike terror to the heart of timid pedestrians. Only Lonnie, a little boy, can soothe the savage looking Broozer, and bring the story to its cheerful conclusion. A dog, a problem, and the humorous illustrations of Paul Galdone conspire to make this a very winning story for younger readers.

Pub Date: Feb. 25th, 1959
Publisher: Morrow