DADDLES by Ruth Sawyer

DADDLES

The Story of a Plain Hound-Dog

KIRKUS REVIEW

Daddles belonged to the Monroes, natives of a Maine village, who used him for hunting, but, for two summers, he lived with Snoodie and her brother Peterkin. He was the children's idol; he was their daily companion on berry picking, fishing, and other jaunts. The quaint yarn of country folk in the stage coach days (which is also a brief nostalgic tribute to a mutt) is nearly plotless; it is easy reading and moving for it ends with the abrupt news of Daddles' death.
Pub Date: March 11th, 1964
Publisher: Little, Brown
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1st, 1964




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