JEEPS: A Dog For Defense by Sylvestre C. Watkins

JEEPS: A Dog For Defense

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Young Don wants to do his part in this war, so he offers his dog, Jeeps, to Dogs for Defense. The story of Jeeps' acceptance, and training, his trip to a South Pacific Island, part of which is still held by the Japs, of his courage in the face of the enemy, and of his winning a medal, is told in a very stilted manner, and makes quite dull reading. The illustrator, Don Nelson, knows how to draw dogs, but his figure work illustrates the writing all too well. Two colors.

Publisher: Wilcox & Follett