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Zip The Adventures Of A Frisky Fox Terrier

Auhtor: Frances Trego Montgomery

Language: english

Genres:

classic
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Review by C. F. Hill, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'Zip The Adventures Of A Frisky Fox Terrier':

... on the kitchen table, he let Zip in, deposited his parcels on the table and left, shutting the door after him, regardless of the fact that Polly ...
... at her and make as if going for her, which would cause her to cry out, Help! Fire! Murder! Thieves! Buttons! Polly want cup coffee! Naughty boy, ...
... the doctor again! He is so good to me, and I am ashamed to think what a naughty dog I have been. But I do so love to go snooking around and not ...
... front gate clicked. Zip was awake in a minute, sitting up on the cushion with ears sticking straight up and every nerve alert to see who was coming ...
... but as it came down Zip let go his hold and grabbed the bundle that was on the end of the cane and made off with it. This infuriated the tramp and ...
... were going to be married at last. And he was glad of it, for one, for he had seen them courting on the little bridge that crossed the creek in the ...
... reached the first landing, for the Judge could tell by the sound of his steps just where he must be. Then a loud howl rent the air. The burglar had ...
... fuss that they will follow me to the place and then I will scratch around and reveal the silver. My, but I should like to be there and see their ...
... where he got in? asked the Judge. Zip stopped the Judge's questions by jumping up and down on the window sill, smelling the bundle of clothes, ...
... to make a solid silver collar for Zip with his name engraved on it and what he had done to deserve this honor. When Zip and Tabby came trotting ...
... see if they would not leave the table for a moment so he might jump out and steal a piece. As he waited another little girl lifted out of her basket ...
... I am in the trough, for it is stupid being all alone. So he trotted on home, taking good care not to let anyone see him. And when he reached home, ...
... the dirt and cobwebs off his coat which he had gotten on under the eaves in the attic, and was up on a table nosing around when he thought he smelt ...
... barked Zip in a cross voice, for he was not enjoying the scrubbing in the least, as every once in a while a lot of soapsuds would run into his eyes, ...
... that could stop in mid-air, for there was no other branch under the one from which it had dropped on which it could catch. But when he glanced up, ...
... he found the monkey sitting up rubbing his head with his forefoot and running slowly toward home on three legs. Seeing he was all right, the doctor ...
... called out, You stupid fellow! Stop running round and round! Go under the fence and scratch that beast off your back! But alas, for him! ...
... must be having a little dance or a children's party of some kind. Just then he thought he got a whiff of boiling molasses. He stuck his nose up in ...
... laughing and stepped back to give him a chance to see Zip. And this is what he saw. Just one of Zip's eyes stuck out of a hole where ...
... not come over, and the molasses had cooled and they had had a regular candy pull. [Illustration] But when it came to apologizing to Mrs. ...