I LOVE this book soooo much to where iv'e read it over 40 times and have memorized the entire book. I still could read this book again though and probably 100 times more. It is sad, but gets happy. It moves at the perfect pace for a reader like me. The only negative thing about this book is that it's super easy to read for me, and i'm only 12 years old. I 100% recommend this book to people, unless they are really really sensitive to dogs being hurt.
When Marty sees a dog near the Shiloh schoolhouse, he is sure that he is being abused by his owner. But havingg been told by his parents to return the dog back, Marty decides to help the dog, which he names Shiloh, in every possible way.
I would recommend this book for ages 8+
This book was really good and it seems like all the Newberry Honor/Award dog books are sad. XD
This book was set at a good pace and I really like dogs so this was perfect for me so I would recommend it to dog lovers.
It is an amazing book and recommend it to a lot of people as long as cursing isn't an issue and some other bad stuff, it is rated Fiction Mature for a reason. I can tell you that I don't really cry, but this book hit the correct nerve at the end to make me cry. The two main characters are Dwayne and Misha, both of which go through a lot and risk a lot for each other and for their family to. It shows both of their point of views also.