This classic book details the misadventures of a collie named Lad, written by the master of dog-based literature, Albert Terhune. A sequel to Terhune’s famous book ‘Lad: A Dog’, in this book Lad befriends a raccoon named Ramsey, a fox named Aesop, and a monkey named Darwin. Filled with exciting tales of courage and loyalty in the face of danger, this rare book is a must-read for dog-lovers and collectors of Terhune’s beautiful work. Lad of Sunnybank was originally published in 1929 by Harper Collins and is proudly republished here with a new prefatory biography of the author. Albert Payson Terhune (1872 – 1942) was an American author, and journalist, and dog breeder, most famous for his heart-warming stories chronicling the misadventures of dogs.