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Blue and Some Other Dogs by John Graves
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Blue and Some Other Dogs (edition 1981)

by John Graves (Author)

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Austin, 1981. 29p., boards, oblong 9x8. An account of a love affair between the author and his crossbred sheep dog, whose special personality, loyalty, and courage made him an unforgettable companion. If you love dogs or ever lost one, you'll like this poignant story. It first appeared in slightly different form in Texas Monthly. Signed by John Graves.… (more)
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Title:Blue and Some Other Dogs
Authors:John Graves (Author)
Info:Encino Pr (1981), Edition: First Edition
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Austin, 1981. 29p., boards, oblong 9x8. An account of a love affair between the author and his crossbred sheep dog, whose special personality, loyalty, and courage made him an unforgettable companion. If you love dogs or ever lost one, you'll like this poignant story. It first appeared in slightly different form in Texas Monthly. Signed by John Graves.

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