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Bowser the Hound

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ISBN-10: 0486428478

ISBN-13: 9780486428475

Edition: 2003

Authors: Thornton W. Burgess

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List price: $6.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Dover Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/19/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 128
Size: 5.28" wide x 8.23" long x 0.31" tall
Weight: 0.242
Language: English

Thornton Waldo Burgess was born in Sandwich on January 14, 1874. Burgess graduated from Sandwich High School in 1891, and went on to attend a Business College in Boston from 1892-93. At the age of 17, Burgess briefly lived in Boston and then moved to Springfield, Massachusetts. He bought a place in Hampden, Massachusetts in 1925 and made it his permanent home in 1957. He published his first book, Old Mother West Wind, in 1910 Burgess was a naturalist and conservationist, and loved loved nature and its living creatures so much that he wrote about them for 50 years. By the time he retired, he had written more than 170 books and 15,000 stories for daily columns in newspapers. Burgess was also…    

Old Man Coyote Leads Bowser Away
Old Man Coyote Plays a Trick
What Happened to Bowser
Poor Bowser
Bowser Spends a Bad Night
The Surprise of Blacky the Crow
Blacky the Crow Takes Pity on Bowser
How Blacky the Crow Helped Bowser
Old Man Coyote Gives Out Dark Hints
How Reddy Fox Investigated
A Little Unpleasantness
The Cleverness of Old Man Coyote
The Mischievous Little Night Breeze
The Difference between Being Inside and Outside
Reddy's Forlorn Chance
Why Reddy Went without a Chicken Dinner
Farmer Brown's Boy Drops a Pan of Corn
Mutual Relief
Where Was Bowser the Hound?
Where Bowser Was
Bowser Becomes a Prisoner
Farmer Brown's Boy Looks in Vain
Bowser's Great Voice
Blacky Tries to Get Help
Blacky Calls on Reddy Fox
Red Wits and Black Wits
The Artfulness of Blacky
Reddy Fox Dreams of Chickens
Reddy Tries to Arouse Blacky's Pity
Blacky the Crow Is All Pity
Blacky Is Much Pleased with Himself
Blacky Waits for Reddy
Reddy Watches the Fat Hens
Patience and Impatience
Things Happen All At Once
Reddy Hides the Fat Hen
Farmer Brown's Boy Has a Glad Surprise
Reddy Goes Back for His Fat Hen
A Vanished Dinner
Where Was Reddy's Dinner?
What Blacky the Crow Saw
All Is Well That Ends Well