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Sanford, D. P., Mrs.

Frisk and His Flock

Frisk and His Flock

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New York: Dutton, 1877 (1875). Quarto in brown paper backed boards illus in color (chromolithograph); vi, 184 pages, 33 unnumbered leaves of b&w full-page illustrations; 22 cm. Illustrated cover. Board edges moderately rubbed & chafed, small & neat personal contemporary (to pub. date) gift inscription;very slight, sparse spotting & toning to a few pages only; else a remarkably tight, bright copy. Hardcover.

American author Mrs. D.P. Sanford, also known as Mrs. Daniel P. Sanford, isknown for her work in children's literature in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. One of her most well-known works is "Frisk and His Flock," a charming tale about the adventures of a dog named Frisk and his interactions with humans & various other animals. Sanford's works were popular during her time for their engaging storytelling and moral lessons. They often featured animals as main characters, providing children with both entertainment and education. Despite the passage of time, her work, including "Frisk and His Flock," remains a part of the historical canon of American children's literature."—Bing. ¶ Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction. Dogs -- Juvenile fiction. Students -- Juvenile fiction. Pets -- Juvenile fiction. Siblings -- Juvenile fiction. Vacations -- Juvenile fiction. Enfants -- Morale pratique -- Romans, nouvelles, etc. pour la jeunesse. Morale pratique -- Romans, nouvelles, etc. pour la jeunesse. Chiens -- Romans, nouvelles, etc. pour la jeunesse. Animaux familiers -- Romans, nouvelles, etc. pour la jeunesse. Frères et sœurs -- Romans, nouvelles, etc. pour la jeunesse. Siblings. Children -- Conduct of life. Conduct of life. Dogs. Pets. Students. Vacations. Juvenile works. Fiction. Juvenile literature -- 1877.

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