We must also lessen the number of theological books, and choose the best; for it is not the number of books that make the learned man; nor much reading, but good books often read, however few, make a man learned in the Scriptures and pious. – Martin Luther

The Story of Five Dogs by Walter E. Carr

The Story of Five Dogs by Walter E. Carr

“My earliest recollection of my first dog, and one of my boyhood friends and companions, was of him as a chubby puppy, black and tan in color, with all of the appealing comical helplessness of puppyhood. No boy can have a better playmate than a dog and especially one that has come into the boy’s life as a puppy and has grown with him; and certain it was that the black-and-tan more than fulfilled his mission in life, – provided the dog has no greater end to serve than to be of use and pleasure to man.

Contents

  • Major Dumpy
  • Gipsey
  • Johnny And Tink Wink
  • Ginger Snap
  • Epilogue

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