by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Judd Travers is mean to his dogs, so Marty hides a shy beagle to protect it, but what will happen to his family when hot-tempered Judd discovers what Marty has done?
Barbara's Notes: This is a rare story of family values and has strong appeal for both girls and boys The dilemma of what to do about Shiloh is age-appropriate and thought-provoking. Warning: Judd (the bad guy) uses occasional foul language (Grades 3, 4, 5, 6)
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|Book Summary||137 pages|
|Novel Study Highlights||8 units|
|Biblical Focus||Obedience, Truth|
|Related Studies||Postal Service, Veterinary medicine|