In this sequel to Albert Terhune’s famous book Lad: A Dog, Lad befriends a raccoon named Ramsey, a fox named Aesop, and a monkey named Darwin. Filled with misadventures and exciting tales of courage and loyalty in the face of danger, this rare book is a must-read for dog-lovers and collectors of Terhune’s beautiful work. Lad of Sunnybank was originally published in 1929 by Harper Collins.
Albert Payson Terhune (1872–1942) was an American author, journalist, and dog breeder, most famous for his heart-warming stories chronicling the misadventures of dogs.
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