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TRUE THRILLING TALES

Adrift on an Ice-Pan
By WILFRED T. GRENFELL

“The adventure, as romantic as anything in fiction, is narrated with great charm and with characteristic modesty. The doctor’s sensations when he found himself face to face with death are of singular interest, and his description of the conduct of his faithful dogs is pathetic in the extreme. It is a book to warm one’s heart.”—Boston Globe.

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Stickeen: The Story of a Dog
By JOHN MUIR

“There have been no end of dog stories of power and interest, but this is not a work of fiction; it is the interested study and appreciation of a strange little animal, by one who is not inclined to be sentimental in his views. … The record is told with such simplicity and force that it may easily become a classic among books dealing with nature studies.”—St. Louis Globe-Democrat.

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