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About Everything For A Dog by Ann M. Martin
“…Animal lovers of all ages will cherish this moving tale.”
– Kirkus Reviews
Everything for a Dog is the story of how three seemingly unrelated characters, a dog and two boys, surprisingly come together. Bone, the stray dog, has been separated from both his mother and sister, Squirrel. Charlie, a young boy has lost his brother in a freak accident, and is trying to heal with the help of his dog. And Henry is a young boy who, for years, has wanted a dog more than anything, and has recently lost his best friend who moved away.
“[Martin] artfully alternates and gradually weaves together threads from the canine and human tales until the three stories converge in time and space into a completely heartwarming and satisfying finale. Essential fare for fans of A Dog’s Life or the perfectly crafted canine tale.” – Kirkus Reviews
”Starred Review. Animal lovers of all ages will cherish this moving tale of man’s—or in this case, boy’s—best friend. Ages 9–12.” – Publishers Weekly
”Each subplot will keep readers quickly turning the pages for the sense of adventure and the hint of mystery …. Give this one to fans of DiCamillo’s Because of Winn-Dixie and Creech’s Love that Dog.” – Shelf Awareness
”This is a touching and ultimately happy story that will appeal to fans of Phyllis Reynolds Naylor’s Shiloh and Fred Gipson’s Old Yeller, as well as to a wider audience.” – School Library Journal
This book has won many regional awards, such as the lowa Children’s Choice Award.
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