8 edition of Something on the Wind found in the catalog.
The story of an aging sheepdog and two mules who have become separated from their owner and set out for the only home they can remember -- a cabin hundreds of miles away in the rugged Colorado mountains.
|LC Classifications||PZ4.M8186 So, PS3563.O57 So|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||77080483|
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Moore, Barbara. Published by Doubleday, Book Club, (illustrator). Doubleday,Book Club; pp. Juvenile hardback. The story of a St. Bernard, two mules, and their long journey home. CONDITION: Near Fine in Very Good jacket; name and inked Get this from a library.
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