This rare book contains Further Adventures of Lad, or Dog Stories Every Child Should Know. Published in 1922 and written by Albert Terhune, this book is a sequel to Lad: A Dog and contains eleven new short stories based around the fictional version of Terhune's real-life dog, Lad. Included in this collection are the stories of Lad's arrival at the "Place", the demise of his mate, and the sad day of his own demise. A wonderful compendium of stories that will appeal greatly to fans of Terhune’s work, this book is a must-have for dog-lovers of all ages. Albert Payson Terhune (1872 – 1942) was an American author, journalist, and avid dog breeder, famous for his many books detailing the misadventures of his beloved collies. Elected for republication due to its literary value, Further Adventures of Lad is proudly republished here complete with a new introductory biography of the author.