The Flop-Eared Hound
Down South in a little cabin underneath a honey-pod tree, lives a lonely little boy named Boot-jack. One summer day, Boot-jack hears a noise in his barn and, to his delight, discovers a flop-eared hound dog that seems to need a home. Come along with Boot-jack and the hound as they experience the ups and downs that come with their new-found friendship.
“Written in 1938, this charming book gives children a meaningful and interesting glimpse into the past. Filling children’s minds with this type of gentle, beautiful literature helps cultivate gentle, beautiful hearts and minds.” —Jenny Phillips
This book is retired from The Good and the Beautiful Library.
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