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Further Adventures of Lad 1922 [Hardcover] Hardcover – 1922

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 341 pages
  • Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap (1922)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0114UVTS6
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 5.8 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,096,836 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Xena on September 1, 2007
Format: Paperback
This book might even be better than "Lad: A Dog," for those who've read it. The stories are even more touching and the emotions even more severe. Just read it; you'll see.
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This book, along with LAD: A DOG and LAD OF SUNNYBANK, are terrific collections of stories about Terhune's best-loved collie. I discovered Terhune's books when I was 9 years old (GREY DAWN was my first), and recently (in my 60s) I've started re-reading all of them, and even getting my hands on out-of-print books of his that I'd never read (I love the way he manages to slip a collie into every adventure novel he writes!) I live in New York City, a short drive from Sunnybank (the grounds of the old Terhune Estate - now a park), and I visit every year. The house is gone, but the graves of the great dogs are still there, and the the lawn still sweeps down to the "fire-blue lake."
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I purchased this with intent to give as a gift to granddaughter. I started to read it first and I am glad that I did. It is a story book with no pictures and the content is not for very young. They recommend 9 and up but I think that would be too young unless a child is advanced in reading. There are a few parts that would be considered racist in today's world. When the book was written, this was surely not the case. It is well written to make you feel like you are there in the scenery and the times. The chapters are each a story in themselves so it would be a good book to come and go in. It would make a good read aloud by chapter book to a child or grandchild. I'm a tender heart and SPOILER ALERT, the dog dies of old age in the end chapter, and it made me tear up. Most people can relate to having a beloved pet pass on in old age.
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Albert Payson Terhune remains one of my favorite authors, 20+ years after I originally read his books. His writing doesn't fail to transport the reader to his farm in New Jersey, and instills his love of dogs, especially the collie upon all who read and listen. Although his books may contain some slight violence, I have no hesitation reading his works to my three year old. His love for his dogs is easily understood, and his descriptions reflect the deep bond between dog and master. My daughter loves his works and looks forward to reading more of his stories each night. I would recommend this book to any reader, no matter their age.
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...and knew my granddaughter would also love these books as she is a dog lover. Great for ages 10 to 14...but most adults would enjoy these books also. Not easy to find the whole series. I hope that Amazon has more of his published works available in the future.
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This sequell to Lad a Dog is like All Terhunes Stories unique of it's Kind. The book relives my childhood when
I read These books and I'm so thankfull that I can relive them gain today almost 60 years later. Thank you Amazon for
giving me this enormous pleasure.
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Albert Payson Terhune's stories should be reprinted and introduced to a whole new generation of young (and old!) dog-lovers. The stories are well-crafted and memorable, but the collies that people the stories are endlessly fascinating. Makes one long for a by-gone time, and makes one devoutly wish that people were as brave, loyal, resourceful, and patient as their dogs.
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