A True Story of A Dog and His Man as Told to Roy HattersleyLarge Print - 2000
My name is Buster and I am the most famous dog in Britain. I have quite a lot to tell you about the Man who adopted me, my life -- and the story of the Queen's goose. I start at the beginning when I, a crossbreed orphan, was rescued from a rough life by the Man. With reckless honesty, I confess everything about the incident that happened one day during walkies in St. James Park, where the Queen keeps her geese. The tabloids accused me of a serious crime -- and I was nearly put to death. The Man was ready to run off with me to the safety of Ireland. But what I most want to tell you about is the relationship between me and the Man on the other end of the leash. So here are my diaries, a story told by a deliberately endearing dog . . . and aimed straight at your heart.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2000
Branch Call Number: LP 636.7 HAT
Characteristics: 184 p