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Saving Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
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Saving Shiloh (original 1992; edition 2006)

by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Series: Shiloh (3)

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Title:Saving Shiloh
Authors:Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Info:Aladdin (2006), Edition: Reprint, 144 pages
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Marty is still trying to get along with Judd Travers, and Judd is as cranky and unpleasant as ever. Everyone in town is against the man, and when someone Judd once had a fight with turns up murdered, Judd is the assumed murderer. But Marty keeps trying to be kind and give him a chance.
A mystery, a family story, and a tale of redemption.
Perhaps the best in the series. ( )
  fingerpost | Jul 22, 2018 |
Summary: This book is about a boy who finds a dog who has an abusive owner. The boy tries to hide the dog, however the mean old man who owns him, Judd is not happy about it. In the end the boy, Marty offers Judd a deal in order to keep Shiloh.

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I thought this book was an awesome book that can teach children about respect and responsibility.

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2. Responsibility ( )
  KelseyBelden | Nov 19, 2013 |
Good story about a dog that i enjoyed a lot. It kept me interested the whole time i was reading it. ( )
  BNAGY51 | Jun 9, 2011 |
Very good book you learn about trust and understanding and forgiveness. ( )
  bschroth04 | Jun 9, 2011 |
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DOES EVERYONE DESERVE A SECOND CHANCE?

Marty's parents think so -- even Judd Travers, whose history of drinking and violence keeps Marty from completely trusting that his beloved dog, Shiloh, will always be safe from Judd.

"Some people just seem to attract trouble," Marty's Ma says, and Judd attracts the sort of trouble that makes it hard to believe he's really changed. First, the police find the body of a man who'd fought with Judd. Then, a vicious attack forces Judd to kill one of his dogs. But just when it seems Judd will never be able to escape the shadow of his past, a dangerous accident gives him the chance to prove himself. Can Judd Travers actually become a hero?

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Sixth-grader Marty and his family try to help their rough neighbor, Judd Travers, change his mean ways, even though their West Virginia community continues to expect the worst of him.

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