A beloved children's author and a master of the well-told animal tale. Dick King-Smith gathers eight of his best yarns in this handsomely illustrated and beautifully designed treasury. Old favorites can be found here, including "'Keep Yelling, Young Un, '" the tale of Babe's historic first day as a sheep-pig. There are also new treats, available here for the first time, such as "Fat Lawrence", which tracks the travels of a well-fed feline. These imaginative and witty tales are ideal read-alouds, sure to please Dick King-Smith's legions of fans and draw newcomers into the fold.
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Keep Yelling Young Un
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American cocker spaniel Babe Barclay-Lloyd Bat-ears began Bella black bulk black cat bowl of cat called cat flap cat meat caught cave-people chap cheese Chinese crested dog cried Dandy-Green Darius Ernest Ethel Farmer Hogget Finnish spitz fish flock Forest Street French bulldog Gables gate German shorthaired pointer girls Gloucestershire cow dog heard hedgehog Hedley Hillview Hullo hyenas Irish wolfhound Lawrence Higgins Lawrence Mason Lawrence Norman legs looked mammoth manor house Marilyn meal a day mice milk mouse nest never nice noise Number 33 Number 5A old boy pantry door park Percy Pevensey Place Professor Duck river Rosevale Sally setter sheep Sheep-Pig Silver Wedding smelled Snag Snaggletooth and Flatface sort of dog squeak stood suddenly there's thing thought Walter Tibetan terrier trotted truck trunk village voice waited walked What's wife woodlice woodlouse Woolly young