Bowser the Hound

Bowser the Hound

Green Meadows Series #3
by Thornton W. Burgess
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
©1920, Item: 51792
Hardcover, 206 pages
Used Price: $3.50 (1 in stock) Condition Policy

One day Bowser the Hound found the fresh trail of Old Man Coyote and made up his mind that he would run down Old Man Coyote if he had to run his legs off to do it. You know there is nothing in the world Bowser enjoys quite so much as to hunt someone who will give him a long, hard run. Any time he will go without eating for the pleasure of chasing Reddy or Granny Fox, or Old Man Coyote.

Old Man Coyote was annoyed. He was and he wasn't afraid of Bowser the Hound. That is to say he was afraid to fight Bowser, but he wasn't afraid to be hunted by Bowser, because he was so sure that he was smart enough to get away from Bowser. If Bowser had appeared at almost any other time Old Man Coyote wouldn't have been so annoyed. But to have Bowser appear just then made him angry clear through.

You see, he had just started out to get his dinner. . . .

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