2 edition of Dog and duck found in the catalog.
Dog and duck
|Statement||by Arthur Machen|
|Series||The Travellers" library|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||34009488|
The New-England diary, or, Almanack for the year of our Lord Christ, 1729.
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Dog and Duck is an interesting book sure to appeal to fans and collectors of Machen's work. The chapters of this book include: Dog And Duck, Why New Year?, On Valentines And Other Things, On Simnel Cakes, 'April Fool!', The Merry Month Of May, A Midsummer Night's Dream, July This fascinating book contains a collection of essays on various subjects written by Arthur Machen/5.
Working shifts at The Dog and Duck and running her own doggy-day-care A perfect, feel-good romantic novel to curl up with this Christmas. A story of new beginnings, love and friendship.
Perfect for the fans of Jenny Colgan and Lucy Diamond/5. The dialogue is matter-of-fact, there's plenty of entertainment and charm and every story has many unexpected twists and turns.
I love reading about weddings and Wedding Bells at the Dog & Duck is a fantastic story about this beautiful topic. I really enjoyed this gorgeous story and highly recommend the Dog and Duck series/5(39).
Summer at the Dog & Duck is a perfect read for the summery months when you want to zoom through a book pretty quickly, but still be utterly absorbed by charming characters and settings. I loved Winter at the Dog&Duck - the first installment in this series, and our first introduction to Ellie, Max and the residents of Little Leyton/5(13).
Winter at the Dog and Duck was a fun story. All the elements, an English village with a cozy pub, charming characters and lots of pups. Good to know that this series continues/5(). Winter at the Dog and Duck was a fun story.
All the elements, an English village with a cozy pub, charming characters and lots of pups. Good to know that this series continues/5(26).