Shiloh Season
  • Shiloh Season
  • Shiloh Season
  • Shiloh Season
  • Shiloh Season
  • Shiloh Season
ISBN: 0689806469
EAN13: 9780689806469
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 1, 1998
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 8.5" L x 5" W
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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After Marty Preston worked so hard to earn the dog Shiloh, he had hoped that his troubles with Judd Travers were over. He could not rescue all the dogs that Judd mistreated, but since shiloh was the one who ran away and came to him, Shiloh was the one he loved.
Judd, however, has other problems. Anyone who cheats and swears and lies and kicks his dogs has troubles inside himself, and when the man starts drinking, Marty realizes that Shiloh is in danger once again. As hunting season approaches and Judd begins hunting on their land, the Prestos know that something is bound to happen.
They're right. Marty does the only thing he can think of to do, and discovers just how deep a hurt can go and how long it takes to heal.

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   Phyllis Reynolds Naylor would be a good book for 4th grade and 5th graders
Shiloh '' by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor would be a good book for the 4th and the 5th graders. I think the theme is exciting and the conflict is excellent. The theme in Shiloh is always to treat everyone with compassion. In the text, Marty showed compassion by treating an injured dog named Shiloh with kindness. In addition, the conflict was an example of man versus man. In the story, Judd Travers is fighting Marty because he wants to keep Shiloh. When he was doing it, Judd Travers abusing the dog. That is why I recommend this book for 4th and 5th graders, because it has a wonderful conflict and an exciting theme.
   It's Hard to Put It Down!
After reading the first Shiloh book, my 11-year-old grandson made me want to buy the next book in the series. Unfortunately, my grandson is somewhat of a reluctant reader, so his request to read a book was music to my ears. He read the book quickly and was eager to have a copy of the third Shiloh book. When I asked my grandson what I should write in the review, he said : Tell them it's a really good book. Girls can also read it, but it is not a girlie book. It is a book that retains your interest and you might want to read it even when you shouldn 't, like in math or science class. The story is full of suspense and you want to keep reading to find out what happens next. Sounds like a good book to me, especially when it is recommended by a reluctant reader as '' a book you just want to keep reading .
   SHILOH - an all-time favorite series!
SHILOH is my all-time favorite chapter book for children, and this does not disappoint second in the series. I read the first one in class loud and then have copies of the second and third in the series for students to read on their own. They talk so much about the series, many of my students have read all three by the end of the year!
   Great Read For My 9 year old grand!
My first granddaughter fell in love with the first book in this series and was so excited to receive it for Christmas.
Book came in with the cover all bent, thought it was a new product, but looks like i got a used one. Also, very disappointed was slated as a gift.
   Wonderful book series
Wonderful book series - a must read for kids. My 7 year old said he loved how he could see everything in his mind.
   he does not like to write
He does, however, not like to write. He has written his reflections for school on every Shiloh book he has been reading. He likes that the bad guy is gradually becoming good. The readability is appropriate... and there is a dog to love. He is going to be sad when he completes reading the series.
   Wonderful novel!
It is not a difficult read. If you have children who are dog lovers, this novel is for them. I had my students examine the story for character traits, prediction, dialogue, some context clues, theme and summary.