Further Adventures of LadCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Further adventures of Lad By Albert Payson Terhune.
BruceCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Chapters: the coming of bruce the pest the War Dog When Eyes Were No Use The Double Cross The Werewolf. As a respected dog breeder whose famed collie line is still winning awards today, Albert Payson Terhune knew the value of a perfect canine specimen whose attributes were sure to win plaudits at the top shows.
This fantastically action-packed novel centers on Bruce, a collie that wasn't blue-ribbon material, but whose loyalty and bravery mattered more. He then becomes enlisted as a carrier dog in World War 1, completing heroic tasks and coming home a war hero. Bruce charts the story of an unwanted puppy who becomes loved by the mistress of the family.
Bruce #ad - But as a tender hearted dog lover, Terhune recognized that all pups -- not just the pretty ones -- offer something of value to their owners.
Lad: A DogPuffin Books #ad - Lad's loyalty to his chosen Master and Mistress knew no bounds. Lad, a courageous and dignified 80-pound collie, lived in The Place. And when the book comes to its conclusion, you will know one thing for sure -- that Lad was a dog with a soul. Some will make you laugh out loud, some will make you cry. The place was thick with woods, abounding with squirrels to chase, and a cool lake in which to plunge -- a beautiful kingdom -- and Lad was its undisputed king.
The stories in this book are all about Lad.
Gray DawnGrosset & Dunlap #ad - Story of heroic collie, Gray Dawn.
Lochinvar LuckGeorge H. Doran Company #ad - Albert payson terhune 1872-1942 was an American author, dog breeder, and journalist. His mother, mary virginia hawes, was a writer of household management books and pre-Civil War novels under the name Marion Harland. His first wife, lorraine bryson terhune, died at the age of 23 four days after giving birth to Lorraine Virginia Terhune Stevens 1898-1956 and nine months into the marriage.
He later remarried to Anice Terhune, they never had children. Sunnybank was originally the family's summer home, with Terhune making it his permanent residence in 1912. He was buried at the Pompton Reformed Church in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey. From 1894-1914, he worked as a reporter for The Evening World. His sunnybank kennels where he bred and raised rough collies were "the most famed collie kennels in the U.
Lochinvar Luck #ad - S. ". Terhune was married twice. The public knows him best for his novels relating the adventures of his beloved collies and as a breeder of collies at his Sunnybank Kennels, the lines of which still exist in today's Rough ColliesAlbert Payson Terhune was born in New Jersey to Mary Virginia Hawes and the Reverend Edward Payson Terhune.
. He died on february 18, 1942.