Sunday, January 22, 2012
When Huck gets lost during a family visit to the sister and brother-in-law's home in New Jersey, the long and involved search begins for a pup who is loved so much. This is the part of the book, Huck by JANET ELDER, I loved so much. While the family and neighbors look for Huck, new friends are met. These new acquaintances made me realize how much people really want to help one another in times of distress. Janet Elder is totally honest. Just when I began to make a small town into a glorified heaven on earth she showed small towns are just like bigger towns and cities in some ways. There is always a grumpy person who can't be pleased. Also, there is the secret of domestic violence everywhere. Still, the romp along the hills in the mornings and evenings is fun and adventurous. Best of all is finding out whether Huck finds his way home.(free book for review from BROADWAY PAPERBACKS)huckthebook
"I knew Rich was wrestling with the impossible--figuring out how we were going to set out to find a tiny dog in an unfamiliar wooded mountainous area. He had already decided on a $1000 reward."
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