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by Bill Wallace, Jacqueline Rogers (Illustrator)
There is a happy family. There is a happy bird dog. His job is to chase birds. His name is Toilet Paper. But everyone calls him T.P. so lets stick with that.
So one day T.P. hears his owner, Jeff, talking about a friend that was supposed to come that day with a new puppy. Then, Jeff went outside, and of course, T.P. follows him, and there is a box at the door. Jeff decided to open it up, and… A puppy!! A small, chocolate Labrador puppy! It was running around like crazy. Jeff was SO happy. Now, T.P. wasn’t very happy about the thing. But, T.P. starts to like the thing more and more the longer it stays. Then, the day comes that Jeff’s friend comes to pick up the dog. Jeff, his friend, the puppy, and T.P. all walk to the park. T.P. goes to hunt for birds. Then, he smelled something. He didn’t know what it was, but it was definitely a bird. It’s a goose! T.P. runs as fast as he could back to Jeff. The goose eventually looses interest. But then, the puppy wants to challenge the goose. It dives into the water after the goose. Jeff’s friend tells Jeff to go save it. Jeff tells his friend to relax because he thinks that the puppy will realize how dangerous the bird is and turn back. But Jeff’s friend says that that was not was the puppy was bred for. It will not stop. So Jeff goes in after the puppy to save it, but he couldn’t move because the water was so cold. Will the puppy survive? Will Jeff even survive? Read the book to find out!