Dudley and Friends

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Trafford Publishing, 2010 - Humor - 64 pages
Dudley the mule lives on Farmer Joe's farm. He loves it there and has many good friends. But then one day, Farmer Joe gets sick and can no longer care for his animals. They must go to a new home.

Along with his friend and fellow mule, Simon Slick, Dudley moves to Farmer Frank's home. But Farmer Frank isn't nice like Farmer Joe, and he treats the two mules terribly. One day, Dudley has had enough. He convinces Simon Slick to play a trick on Farmer Frank so they don't have to work out in the field. Much to his astonishment, Dudley tires out the farmer so much that he quits farming!

Since Farmer Joe feels better, the two friends return to their home. But the mischievous mule isn't done getting into trouble. He creates one embarrassing situation after another, whether it's a toothache that requires the help of Dr. Logan or eating too many juicy apples from the meadow. Who knows what Dudley will think of next!

Share in the fun adventures of these warmhearted farm animals in Dudley and Friends.

 

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Back Matter
56
Back Cover
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Spine
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About the author (2010)

Ellen Sherwood has lived on a farm for most of her life. She currently resides in a small town in east Tennessee with her husband. This is her first book.

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