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A Dog's Way Home

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  • Posted October 7, 2011

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    Heartwarming

    Eleven-year-old Abby's best friend is her dog Tam. While driving home after a competition, they are involved in an accident which sends Abby to the hospital. Tam's crate is thrown from the vehicle and no one can locate him. Abby is sick with worry, but she knows Tam is out there somewhere and she has to find him. Tam is just as strong-willed as Abby and will fight against all odds to make it back home to Abby.

    Ms. Pyron has written a beautiful story of friendship, hope and survival. As a child I loved books and movies that dealt with dogs and their owners. One of my favorites was The Incredible Journey, and this book was very reminiscent of that. Abby is a very strong young woman, and her hope and determination in finding her best friend is admirable. The book alternates between Abby and Tam, and I found myself rooting for Tam as he fought his way back home to his human. This book is fun and full of adventure. It's a heartwarming tale of the bond between humans and their beloved pets. I highly recommend it.

    9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2013

    Sad but Happy

    It is sad because Tam is lost and straving to death but Abby will not stop looking till she finds Tam! It is an a avench trying to find Tam! You should read this book!

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