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Posted January 8, 2004
Why Do Dogs Always Die In The End?
Eighth-grade football hero Wallace Wallace does not understand it, 'why do dogs die at the end of every classic story?' When Wallace gives his book report on Old Shep My Pal, he can't bring himself to lie about his feelings ,the book stank! The teacher feels the opposite and forces Wallace to attend and participate in the town's play based on the book.in spite of himself, he becomes wrapped up in the production and begins to suggest changes that improve not only the play but his life as well. The fact that someone is sabotaging the play is not helping him either. Will he get back on the football team? Will the play be ruined? To find out read No More Dead Dogs.
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