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Shiloh Trilogy Paperback Boxed Set Paperback – September 1, 2000

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Product Details

  • Age Range: 8 and up
  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Aladdin (September 1, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0689015259
  • ISBN-13: 978-0689015250
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 1.4 x 7.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,431 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A Kid's Review on December 30, 2003
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Did you ever save an animal from a person who didn't treat it right? In the Shiloh Trilogy, by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, a boy named Marty Preston of Friendly, West Virginia, is the protagonist of this story. Marty dislikes Judd Travers because Judd is treating a dog named Shiloh like a staircase by kicking and abusing him. Judd also shoots his gun just to startle Shiloh and scare him. Shiloh keeps running away from Judd because Judd is cruel to Shiloh. Who wouldn't! Shiloh keeps on running away from Judd's trailer to Marty's house. Should Marty give Shiloh back to the evil clutches of Judd or lie to Judd for the better?
One of the most exciting events of the story is when Judd started drinking. When Judd starts drinking, he becomes dangerous wherever he goes. It is like putting a gun to your head when he is around. Judd was so drunk that one day he drove his own truck into the ditch at midnight. If it wasn't for Shiloh, Judd would have been there until the next morning and that would have been too late. Once Marty and Shiloh were walking around the woods, when Judd tried to shoot at Shiloh or Marty. Will Judd ever stop drinking and stop this chaos?
Another exciting event that happened in the book was when the Prestons invited Judd over for Thanksgiving. We all know how that turned out! Judd just talked about how Marty owes the use of Shiloh for hunting. When Judd was sitting at the Preston's table, Marty's little sister, Becky used the incorrect words that made Judd's blood boil. Becky has the biggest mouth! Judd stomped out the door without a "thank you" or a "goodbye". Do you want to know what the words Becky used that made Judd so mad? Too bad. You have to read the story yourself!
After all this, will Judd come to his senses and accept the fact that Shiloh rightfully belongs to Marty? Will Judd stop drinking? Will Becky ever learn to watch what she says? Find out by reading the Shiloh Trilogy by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor.
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I definitely agree that Shiloh By Phillis Reynolds Naylor is an enjoyable book to read. I would give this 5 stars because of the dog being important. I would rather like cats more than dogs but when I read this it changed my perspective by a boy named Marty. This makes me think I can try to help animals too, like he did.
First, I think that this is an awesome book for being first person. If Shiloh wasn’t first person and if it was the mother’s point of view then the title of the book might not be Shiloh.
Next, Marty was brave. Marty was brave and yelled at Judd Travers, Shiloh’s abuser. Like it said in the book, “All at once I realized I got Judd Travers right where I want him.”
Finally, Marty was a hard worker. He worked hard to keep Shiloh from Judd Travers. In the book it says, “ I can think of only one way to get Shiloh back.”
Marty is an awesome boy with a kind heart that’ll do anything for Shiloh. I think this book will make you help animals that need it. I love how the author uses country dialect. This is one of my favorite books. I say that this is a perfect, enjoyable, family and friendly book for all 4th and 5th graders.
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these books as well as the movies are great for family reading they teach right from wrong and alot of good values we should all have. Even more today then ever with customer service dismal at best these books bring to light that you can change if you want too. well worth the read.
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The Main Character is Marty. He loved the dog when he first saw him, and he named it Shiloh. His family wouldn't let him keep Shiloh because it was Judd's dog. I like this book because it talks about dogs having a big friendship with humans. The part I didn't really like is when some humans abuse their dog only because they do not obey their orders. This is a great book and I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to read it.
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I ordered these books because my grandson was enjoying one of the books in the series and wanted to have all three. He was pleased to receive the gift. Its a special pleasure to be able to make a gift of books he enjoys reading.
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I loved this book i couldnt put it down especially when shiloh gets attacked by a wild dog and when marty saves shiloh from his owner judd travers i recommed this book to everyone
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I purchased this trilogy set for my kids when they were younger and I took it on vacation one year for myself to have something easy to read for the long car ride to the beach. What a WONDERFUL book set to own! Very well written and such a touching story! I enjoyed each book in this trilogy so much that I had to write a review! Definetly a must have book set for your home! Superbly written. 5 stars for Phyllis Reynolds Naylor!
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Shiloh is a very good book about a boy named Marty Preston who finds an abused beagle on the road and names it Shiloh. When he finds out that Shiloh belongs to Judd Travers, a drunk and cruel person. Marty tries everything to make Shiloh his. During the night Marty wonders, "Should I tell Judd I have Shiloh so he could kick or starve him? Or should I fatten him up a little bit and make him healthier so he could glorify God's creation?" He knew the answer to that question. And he figured things were going pretty well for Shiloh. But when Judd and Marty's family find out. Marty unleashes all of Judd's fury on them as well. In the end Marty finds a way to have Shiloh for his very own.
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