The Tale of Old Dog Spot
"The cat scratched me," Spot told him. "I was teasing her and she wasn't at all nice about it."
Here is the endearing tale of Old Dog Spot and his encounters on the farm of Farmer Green. Like all our best canine friends he is faithful and good natured and loves to eat bones. He is a protector of mutton dinners and little children, but he just might steal your clothes for a good laugh.
First published in 1921 The Tale of Old Dog Spot is the second book in Arthur Scott Bailey’s Slumber-Town series.
|Pages: 83||Size: 6" x 9"|
Cream paper; perfect bound with gloss cover.