Summary Of Webster Tale Of An Outlaw By Ellen Emerson White

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In the book Webster: Tale of an Outlaw, written by Ellen Emerson White is about a dog who has had a rough time with finding the right home he went from being on a chain in ALL weather to another home where he was abused. Webster was taken to a shelter out on a farm with friendly people and animals they provided warm baked goods and soft cozy beds. When Webster introduced himself to the animals he says that he is a “bad hat” and tells them his plan to escape and be this amazing role model for other dogs. Webster meets a dog named Jack who is now his “acquaintance” instead of his “friend” because that would make him look like a nice guy when really he’s this tough big dog.
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