Where the Red Fern Grows
by Wilson Rawls [j Rawls or jPB Rawls]
This book is absolutly astounding and extremly heart warming. It may be slightly sad, but it is absolutly wounderful. Rawls makes the story seem so real that you forget it is a book and not really happening. You will grow to love the characters and when you finnish the book, you will not want to leave the charming characters in their story. I recomend this story to anyone who loves heartfelt adventure and the love between a boy and his dogs. -- review submitted by Felicity N. - a customer of the Gere Branch Library
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