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Shiloh Season

by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
With hunting season approaching and Judd drinking again, Marty is afraid for his safety and Shiloh's! 162 pages, Ages 8-12

Item Number: 637
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $17.00
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5In the sequel to Shiloh, Shiloh Season, the award-winning author, Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, once again beautifully portrays the rural life of West Virginia and the love a young boy, Marty, has for an abused dog named Shiloh. In this sequel, Marty is faced with the conflict of losing Shiloh to the dog's original owner, Judd Travers. Judd is known throughout the small community of Friendly, West Virgina for not only being a drunk but also for abusing his dogs.
2011-08-17
5In the continuing story of Marty, Shiloh, and his former owner, the tension increases as, despite his promises, Travers threatens the happiness of a boy and his dog. Hunting is a big part of life in Marty's West Virginia community, and dogs are key to hunting success. Original written off as a cowardly, no-good hunting dog, Shiloh has thrived under Marty's care. So Travers is regretting his decision, trying to figure out how he can get the dog back. The book is more suspenseful than the first one in the trilogy, enough so that readers will want to plunge right into Book 3 once they've finished this one.
2016-05-05

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