LITTLE WIENER by Sally Scott

LITTLE WIENER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Comfort for the youngster whose dog bears a bar sinister in this delightful story of a mongrel scamp who outwitted his blooded pals. Dumb Jumbo, the St. Bernard, was almost as big as an elephant, and everyone admired beautiful Lovely Lulu, the setter, but when Little Wiener walked by, people just laughed, he looked so funny. But Little Wiener was wise, and he knew all the dangers and pleasures of cat-loving ladies, babies with cinnamon buns and garbage cans hiding bones.

Pub Date: Feb. 26th, 1951
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace