TWO EYES APPEARED, barely visible in the darkness of the drainpipe. When the face broke into light, it wasn't a rabbit, but the pointed nose of a skunk. Bub had his stick started in a swing before he realized what he was about to hit. He let the stick go spinning into midair. The skunk came shuffling out of that drainpipe fairly unconcerned. Unfortunately for us all, both dogs dived into the poor skunk.
"Run, Sissy, run..."
This story, set on an Oklahoma farm in the fifties, is written for kids from nine to ninety.
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Lou Dean grew up in Osage County Oklahoma in the era of the one-room school house and the two-hole outhouse. She graduated from Ponca City High Shcool and attended Oklahoma State University. Her work has appeared in more than fifty magazines during her career as a freelance writer. Her award-winning first book, Angels in Disguise, has created a new reality about animals and the part they play in our lives.
A teacher and speaker, Lou Dean now lives on Blue Mountain near Dinosaur, Colorado where she loves to explore the hills with her Jackass, Jesse James, and her Border Collie dogs.Review:
OSAGE COUNTY KIDS reads a bit like Huckleberry Finn, with each chapter introducing a new adventure, but with a serious........ -- Jennifer Bartlett, Steamboat Today
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Book Description Clinescot Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110967120829
Book Description Clinescot Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0967120829
Book Description Clinescot Publishing. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0967120829 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.2086454