The Phantom in the Mirror (Hank the Cowdog Series #20)by John R. Erickson, Gerald L. Holmes
Pete warns Hank that a stray dog has invaded the ranch and is lurking inside the machine shed. Naturally, Hank goes to investigate, and sure enough, he finds the phantom dog--in an old mirror stored in the machine shed. But then Drover looks into the same mirror and sees a "handsome prince." Holy smokes, it appear that two dogs have invaded the ranch!
This story features two songs: "Poor me" and "Gloria."
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Hank is the funniest in the world. I just love his books and would sugjest all his books to you or any one else.
Hank, the smart one figures out the mysteries. Drover, the scared one, is lazy. Pete, the cat, is the one who Hank hates very very much. Sally May always thinks Hank does all the bad things.
The problem is that Pete told Hank that there's a phantom in the mirror. So Hank believes Pete and checks it out. So Pete was right and so he tries to scare it away but it's still there. So he leaves and the comes back. The next day Hank goes in there and tries to hit and it falls.
The time and place are on a ranch and in the afternoon.
The meaning is that theres a phantom in the mirror. But Hank doesn't now that it is him.
I liked the story because it leaves you with cliff hangers.
I conected to this story because we are full of mysteries.I didn't connect to the story because I'm not a dog.
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