By Gertrude Chandler Warner
Benny Alden has just one buck to spend on Grandfather's birthday current. yet every little thing he unearths both expenses an excessive amount of or isn't a lot enjoyable. Then Benny, his pal Michael, and his puppy, Watch, pay attention Grandfather chatting with the baker, and all of sudden Benny has an idea that's best suited!
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