Size: 6.96875 inches tall by 4.125 inches wide
Country of Origin: United States
Publisher: Signet (The New American Library, Inc.)
Author: Albert Payson Terhune
by Albert Payson Terhune (1872 - 1941)
Illustrated by Sam Savitt
The classic story of the Sunnybank collie that has claimed the hearts of animal lovers for more than 85 years. This is Lad's story --- with its adventures, tragedies, and triumphs --- told by the man who knew him as only a true dog lover can. He was a champion, protector of home and family, playmate to children, devoted to his Master and Mistress; that was Lad, an eighty - pound collie. The stories collected herein originally appeared in magazines.
A Signet Book from The New American Library, Inc. -- Times Mirror; New York, NY. This is an authorized, Mass Market Paperback, reprint of a hardcover edition published by E. P. Dutton © 1919, 1926, 1947, and 1959. First Signet printing, June, 1978. The number line runs from 3 to 11, so this is, probably, the third printing of this edition. There is no explicitly stated ISBN, but the number 0-451-08090-4 is printed on the lower spine. This Mass Market Paperback book, with a beige cover, with the head of a collie against a blue sky, measures 6-31/32 inches tall by 4-1/8 inches wide by 21/32 inch thick; with 246 numbered pages. The price printed on the front cover is $1.75.
CONDITION: USED. Covers are a bit rubbed, and the upper edge of the back cover has a ¼ inch gouge; otherwise the covers are clean and crisp. The inside of the front cover has a previous owner's name, and the date April 12, 1981, written in blue ballpoint pen. Inside pages are clean, and firmly bound. This softcover book is in VERY GOOD condition, it almost looks unread.
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