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Captain's Command

by Anna Myers
It's up to Gail and Captain, the golden retriever Gail's father gave to her before he left to fight in World War II, to save Uncle Ned-from himself! 149 pages, Ages 9-12

Item Number: 779
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $16.50
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Reviews for Captain's Command
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5When Gail finds that her father is missing in action in WWII, she's convinced he's still alive. Her Uncle Ned, who was blinded in the war, believes he is dead and is very depressed. He goes out to a creek in a blizzard. It is up to Gail and her golden retriever, Captain, to save him before it is too late! I really liked this book, because it kept me on my toes. It was so suspenseful I could hardly put the book down! I would recommend it to anyone who likes historical fiction and action.
2011-08-11
4This book shows how the determination of a young girl and the unconditional love of a dog can change someone's life, even when they want everyone to think it's impossible. The blind characters were portrayed well and with realistic differences in their attitudes. This book was heart-breaking and heart-warming, a must-read for anyone interested in World War II or in great dog stories.
2016-03-03

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