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Riptide by Frances Ward Weller
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Beautiful, sweet story of a golden retriever who insists on becoming a lifeguard even though his good intentions are found to be annoying. Then the day comes when he proves himself by saving the life of a child. Based on a true story of a golden at Cape Cod, Rip will steal your heart and move you to tears. ( )
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For Frank, my Rip in man's clothing. &mdash F.W.W.
For Fido, my very special dog. &mdash R.J.B.
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Zachary lived in a Cape Cod house which had pine woods for a comforter and shingles bleached to driftwood by the sea.
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Zach's dog Riptide loves the sea and proves himself worthy of being the nineteenth lifeguard on Cape Cod's Nauset Beach.

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