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May 27, 2021

Midseason Bonus | The Fetcher Files | The Dog Who Rode Into the Sunset Part 1

Midseason Bonus | The Fetcher Files | The Dog Who Rode Into the Sunset Part 1

Thank you for tuning in to part one of this special, two-part story from "The Fetcher Files" about an adventure that Power Dog's older brother had one evening right as the sun was setting.  The first part does end with a bit of a cliffhanger, but it will continue on and wrap up in part two.

This story is based on a short story in the public domain by C. J. Dennis, an Australian author and poet, who wrote it sometime around 1921. You can hear the story read to you for free at Librivox.com- an incredible online catalog of free, public domain audiobooks read by volunteers from around the world. A note to grownups: because most of the books, short stories, and poems featured in Librivox are from around a century ago, some content may not feel suitable for your families to listen to and might be worth a preview before sharing with your younger people. And, feel free to reach out via our many social channels or email if you want to discuss that further. 

We wrote the song that plays at the end of our episodes along with Hank’s Granny & Gramps,  aka Murphy & Marckx! The song is called “Power Dog, He Won’t Give Up!”

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Special thanks to Jason Roark who records, edits, and designs this show. He also provides original music including our opening theme song, which is performed and sung by him and the wonderful, talented Jen Bernard.

Colin Laurel illustrated our cover art, which was directed by Jen Wick.

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