Dog Tags #1: Semper Fido by C Alexander LondonDog Tags #1: Semper Fido by C Alexander London

Dog Tags #1: Semper Fido

byC Alexander London

Paperback | April 30, 2013

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Man's best friend goes to war.

When Gus Dempsey joins the US Marine Corps, he knows without a doubt that he will make a great dog handler. He's always been good with dogs. In fact, he's often better with dogs than he is with people.

But Loki is not the dog that Gus was expecting. Fun-loving and playful, Loki acts more like a pet than the well-trained, bomb-sniffing Marine that he's supposed to be.

When Gus and Loki deploy to Afghanistan, though, they have no choice but to learn to work together. Because in war, getting along is a matter of life and death.

C. ALEXANDER LONDON is an author of books for children and adults. In addition to the Dog Tags series, he writes the Accidental Adventures novels for young readers and books like One Day the Solderis Came: Voices of Children in War for older readers. When he is not writing books, he can usually be found walking around New York City tal...
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Title:Dog Tags #1: Semper FidoFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 7.58 × 5.27 × 0.54 inPublished:April 30, 2013Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545477042

ISBN - 13:9780545477048

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From Dog Tags #1: Semper Fido:"Stay with me, good boy," I mumbled at Loki - my partner, my teammate, my best friend in this crazy war. I tried to hold my eyes open as long as I could, tried to keep scratching behind Loki's ears and speaking in my most comforting voice. I knew, I just knew that Loki could understand.My lips kept moving even after I didn't have the strength to make any noise. I just repeated myself over and over, pleading for one thing, the thing I wanted more than anything in the nineteen years I'd been alive: "Stay with me, Loki," I told him. "Stay with me, Marine."