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byPhyllis Reynolds Naylor

Paperback | September 1, 2000

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Marty will do anything to save his new friend Shiloh in this Newbery Medal–winning novel from Phillis Reynolds Naylor.

When Marty Preston comes across a young beagle in the hills behind his home, it's love at first sight—and also big trouble. It turns out the dog, which Marty names Shiloh, belongs to Judd Travers, who drinks too much and has a gun—and abuses his dogs. So when Shiloh runs away from Judd to Marty, Marty just has to hide him and protect him from Judd. But Marty's secret becomes too big for him to keep to himself, and it exposes his entire family to Judd's anger. How far will Marty have to go to make Shiloh his?

About The Author

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, Author Phyllis Naylor was born in Anderson, Indiana, and she spent her teenage years in Joliet, Illinois with some occasional trips to Iowa. Two of her series are set in Indiana: the witch books and the Bessledorf mystery series. Some of the titles in those series include "Witch's Sister,""The Witch Herself,""T...

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Title:ShilohFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 7.62 × 5.12 × 0.5 inPublished:September 1, 2000Publisher:Atheneum Books For Young ReadersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0689835825

ISBN - 13:9780689835827

Appropriate for ages: 8

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This award-winning story of a boy and his dog has become a popular favourite for young readers of all ages. In Shiloh, 11-year-old Mary Preston saves a poor dog from an abusive owner. Marty and his new dog quickly form a special bond based on the irreplaceable virtues of love and friendship. Phyllis Reynolds Naylor’s moving story will touch your heart and uplift your spirits.

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* “A moving and powerful look at the best and worst of human nature.”—Booklist, starred review