Where the Red Fern Grows

 
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I was hesitant to read this book, even after my mom recommended it to me. I knew the ending was not going to be happy and animals dying is not a great read for me. But this story is so much more than it's ending. It's everything in between and what it means to love something unconditionally.
Such a great book. Even after all these years, I still remember it like it was yesterday.
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The cutest book about a boy and his dogs.
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Reader reviewed by AB

Where the Red Fern Grows was about a boy who always wanted hunting dogs.
He enventually gets the dogs he wanted for so long. He trains them to hunt racoons.
His life with his dogs are full of adventure and excitment.
It made someone I knew cry at the end.
This book can make you cry if you have a dog you love.
Best book I ever read about a boy and his dogs amed Little Ann and Old Dan.
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Where the Red Fern Grows!
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Reader reviewed by Julie

This book was a great read. It was really realistic and you could really relate to the characters. Even though this book was set in a different time, you could still see the struggles everyone had to go through. This book was a sad read, but I loved it. It deserves 4 out of 5 stars.
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Reader reviewed by Meeshee

An old kid favorite. I remember reading Where The Red Fern Grows as a young sixth grader. The book captivated my mind and desperatly held my attention. It opened my heart to a new way of reading by allowing me to experience the sad tales of others. I loved this book and highly recommend it to book lovers of all ages.
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Reader reviewed by Jossy

Where The Red Fern Grows , is a very emotional book.For example,there's parts where you would feel really happy for the character.There's parts where you feel real sad and could cry . This book gets real intresting the more you read on.Sometimes I can't even put this book down . This book has alot of dedication and hardships. This book has to do with the love between a boy and his 2 hunting dogs.When I read this book it toughed my heat . This book is great for people of all ages to read.It is a magnificent choice to have on your bookshelf.
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so cute
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Reader reviewed by mzblonde

I really enjoyed this books because you really fall in love with the characters. its soo sweet and i cryed at the end. and i dont normally cry during books. its that good!!
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Very sweet, but sad...
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Reader reviewed by Nicki

Where the Red Fern Grows is about a young boy who always wanted some puppies. The problem was that his family didn't have enough money to buy some puppies. So he decided to start saving his money. It's took him a couple years just to save up enough money to go buy the puppies.

The boy and the two puppies become close friends and they all took care of each other. This book is kind of inspirational, yet kind of sad.
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