While walking his cousin's dog, Alan sees a sign posted on the magician's garden: Absolutely, positively no dogs allowed in this garden. The dog runs right into the garden with consequences to pay. The author lived in Providence, RI.
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I enjoyed the way this book was told mysteriously. I was drawn in when Fritz (the dog) ran away into the garden where absolutely, positively, NO dogs are allowed, and when Gases said that he changed Fritz into a duck. I thought it was mysterious when the duck acted like Fritz, then flew off with Alan's (that's the boy who dog-sat Fritz) hat, and later Fritz back in his dog- form was found with Alan's hat. It really made me wonder...
The illustrations were also very well done.
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