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Little Dog Ready: How He Lost Himself in the Big World

by Mabel F. Stryker

It tells the story of a small dog named Ready who sets out on a journey of self-discovery in a big, unfamiliar world. First published in 1941, "Little Dog Ready" is a timeless classic that has captured the hearts of generations of young readers. It explores themes of friendship, loyalty, and the courage it takes to face new challenges. Through Ready's adventures, children learn about the importance of perseverance and the value of true friendship. Stryker's vivid descriptions and engaging characters make the story come to life, drawing readers in and captivating their imaginations. In addition to its entertaining storyline, "Little Dog Ready" also contains important lessons about responsibility and accountability. Children are encouraged to take ownership of their actions and to think about the impact they have on others. Overall, "Little Dog Ready: How He Lost Himself in the Big World" is a must-read for any child who loves a good adventure story with a heartfelt message. Its enduring popularity is a testament to Stryker's skill as a writer and her ability to connect with young readers on a deep and meaningful level. Whether you're a parent, grandparent, or teacher, this charming book is sure to delight and inspire the young people in your life.

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Language

English

Original Language

English

Published In

1941

Author

Mabel F. Stryker

United States

Mabel F. Stryker was an American author who lived from 1879 to 1963. She was known for her contributions to literature and education, particularly in the field of children's books. Her works were b...

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