HIMSELF by K. F. Barker

HIMSELF

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KIRKUS REVIEW

I may as well confess that dogs are more than usually appealing to me, that Himself looks very like Mine and that his first book, Just Dogs, especially the part entitled ""Changing Beds"" struck a very familiar chord. Himself is a delightful gentleman terrier to his toes, full of imagination, inventive genius, subtle wit, and a gorgeous sense of humor, whose adventures will call forth from those strange creatures who don't like dogs -- Victoria Regina's ""Gentlemen, we are not amused"", and from dog lovers -- Bravo!

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1936
Publisher: Scribner