Thy Friend, Obadiah

By Brinton Turkle

His large Quaker family teases young Obadiah because a sea gull has taken a liking to him and follows him everywhere. The drawings are warm and gentle and vary greatly in perspective. When the sea gull fails to be seen for several days, Obadiah finds that what he thought was a nuisance is really a friend.

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