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Saving Shiloh

by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Marty and his family try to help Judd Travers change his mean ways. Then a dangerous accident gives him the chance to be a hero! 192 pages, Ages 8-12

Item Number: 638
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $18.50
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5This book has a breath-taking conclusion! Everyone at Marty's school is saying bad things about Judd Travers after a series of theft and house break-in's. They're even blaming him for murder! When Marty's sister, Dara-Lynn, nearly falls into a river, Marty is too focused on her to see Shiloh rushing down the river. Judd sees it all. Will Judd help the poor Beagle? Or let him drown as punishment for running away from him? Read the book and see for yourself.
2011-08-17
4This conclusion to the Shiloh trilogy shows how we all make choices that lead to more choices. Way back in Book 1, Marty wanted to rescue Shiloh from his abusive owner, Mr. Travers. Mr. Travers grudgingly agreed Marty could have Shiloh if he worked to earn the dog, thinking the boy would quit if the work was mean and hard enough. Marty didn't quit, and he got his dog. The story continued, and time after time, the accepted ideas people had were disproven, which forced everyone to choose between holding onto old ways or moving on to new ones. In "Saving Shiloh," a man a community has written off as a hopelessly bad person is given one of those life-changing chances to make a decision.
2016-05-05

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