REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor


REVIEW Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

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REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Phyllis Reynolds Naylor was born in Anderson Indiana US on January Her family were strongly religious with conservative midwestern values and most of her childhood was spent moving a lot due to her father's occupation as a salesmanThough she grew up during the Depression and her family did not have a lot of money Naylor stated that she never felt poor because her family owned good boo.

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  • Agreenhouse

    REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds NaylAs a fourth grade teacher I make it my business to read many of the books that sit on my classroom's shelves Although I am sometimes embarassed to whip out an obvious childish book when I'm sitting on the subway I must admit I am rarely disappointed with the level of the literature I discover I have read so much adult literature that is just plain awfully written or simply just plain but most literature written for children has grace and a uniue voice Of course since Shiloh won the Newberry Award for Literature it seems that it would be likely to have been well written than other children's books You need to understand that I avoided the book because even though I loved the two dogs I grew up with and I liked a few that I met along the way in my life I am not a true animal lover I simply cannot relate totally to the mushy attitude people extend to a puppy So it was wi


  • Sheri

    REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds NaylSometimes it’s only in the doing that we learn good morals and values As Marty does his best to save Shiloh from compassionless Judd Travers he learns many good lessons about right and wrong truth and lies kindness and sympathy and love and loss


  • Julie

    REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds NaylI read this aloud to my 9 and 12 year old daughters this week and the story seemed to satisfy both girls at their different interest levelsI'll be honest; we were wary starting this read This middle grades fiction is set in West Virginia and we were worried what might happen to that somber looking boy and his beagle Last week's read aloud of Bridge to Terabithia combined with a pandemic just about did us in as readersWithout revealing plot spoilers I want to contribute to young r


  • Calista

    REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds NaylShiloh is a dog who has been abused and runs away from his owner Judd Travers Marty finds the dog and loves Shiloh and gives him a safe place to live Now what does he do He is lying to everyone and Judd wants his dog back It's set in poor West Virginia hill country Marty is trying to come up with anyway to save Shiloh This is a nuanced story about who you think people are and how life is really full of grey in this world It's not always black and white I did end up enjoying this book It took me a while to get into It's just not really my kind of story The ending is satisfying This is actually a very deep book that says a whole lot while minding it's own business So it was good and I gave it 4 stars I'm still glad I read the book


  • Jonathan Peto

    REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds NaylPerhaps you worry about Princess Di’s sons how they’re doing if they’re okayPerhaps you enjoyed the Beatles for a long time and still do once and awhile but tired of them long ago Lots of other bands out there lots of other decades But if you’re not tired of the Beatles and like to debate which one to prefer maybe you preferred John Lennon I understand though maybe you’ve come around to the idea that there really is nothing wrong with silly love songs and Paul McCartney’s alright tooNever mind the Beatles you may be rebelling against Green Day for all I knowNo matter you’ll probably love Shiloh despite that cover despite that dog so prominent in the foreground


  • Melanie Brinkman

    REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds NaylHow trouble begins when you work to slip the collars of truths and liesThe hills behind Marty Preston's family home are his happy place But when he chances upon a very thin and skittish beagle that's when the trouble begins When Marty whistles the dog comes right to him Just like that Shiloh has sueezed himself into Marty's heart But then he begins to suspect that Shiloh is being mistreated by his owner it becomes Marty's mission to keep Shiloh But what is the right thing to do when a dog is being abused and belongs to someone else And what to do if that someone else owns a gunWhat will Marty do when the right thing is all sorts of wrongA story of lies licks and love A of tale truth tru


  • Lynae

    REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylthis was the best book ever you guys should read it i swear that it is a good book also you could watch the movie the first movie is called Shiloh and the secont one is called Saving Shiloh just to let you know you can get the movie at Hastings and you can get the book at any libary the author is Phyllis Reynolds Nalor i hope you read it or watch it


  • Kiera

    REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds NaylI loved this book it was a battle of the books book at our school two years ago and I loved this book


  • Liza Fireman

    REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds NaylThere is something wonderful in children's books My daughter and I took as a project to go through Newberry Award winners and many of them are really great this one includedMarty Preston saves his dog from an abusive owner Shiloh actually belongs to Judd Travers who drinks too much and has a gun Marty loves the dog deeply and gets in trouble trying to care for himMarty secrets are becoming larger A lie That's a flat out lie Funny how one lie leads to another and before you know it your whole life can be a lieHis love to


  • Sophia Baumann

    REVIEW õ Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Shiloh By Phyllis Reynolds NaylMy partner and I really liked the book and I really got sad when the dog Shiloh got injured by the stupid German Shepperd it for me was very sad and did not think the dog would make