THE FIRESIDE BOOK OF DOG STORIES by Jack -- Ed. Goodman

THE FIRESIDE BOOK OF DOG STORIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With an introduction by James Thurber, this is a mansized collection of dog stories (save for an occasional essay) and aimed at all tastes from the sentimental to the farcical. Old timers include Jack London, W. H. Hudson, Kipling, O'Henry, Dunsany, Richard Harding Davis, etc.; humor from E. B. White, Thurber, Don Marquis; contemporary classica in Eric Knight's Lassie Come Home, Kantor's Voice of Bugle Ann, and James Street's Biscuit Eater. Favorites about favorites, in a book which should have long and wide appeal for all ages.

Pub Date: Nov. 16th, 1942
Publisher: Simon & Schuster