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Viewing Entry - Don, a runaway dog (S14856)
by Barnum, Richard.

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TitleDon, a runaway dog : his many adventures
Author / Responsible partyBarnum, Richard.
CollectionChildren's Fiction
GenreChildren's fiction.
TopicsChildren's fiction. Dogs -- Juvenile fiction Animals -- Juvenile fiction Children and animals -- Juvenile fiction Pet loss -- Juvenile fiction
Intended AudienceChild/Juvenile
PublisherVisAbility Ltd.


Don was one of five little puppies. With his brothers and sisters he cuddled up close to Mrs. Gurr, the mother dog, to keep warm, for it was rather cool for little dogs, even though there was plenty of straw in the kennel, or house, where they lived. Don shivered and trembled, but when his mother put her soft, warm paw over him and the other little dogs, Don felt better. (Excerpt from Chapter 1)

Additional Information

System control numberS14856
Original Print PublisherNew York : Barse & Hopkins, 1915.
NarratorTom Hirsch.
Narrator NameTom Hirsch.
Participant or performer noteTom Hirsch.
Narrators GenderMale narrator