by Paul Collins
A tale of the acceptance of change and loss; the importance of friends and family, and the uplifting strength that comes from hope.
Harry’s mum runs a boarding house for transient old men who are down on their luck. To counter his frustration and anger, Harry longs for the companionship of a dog. The Annual Gala at school features a dog hurdle race and more than anything in the world, Harry would love to enter a dog into that race and win it. Such a win would give him a sense of worth and belonging.
A new lodger, Jack Ellis, befriends Harry and shares a wealth of outback adventure stories featuring dogs with him.
Max aged 9 Gave it 4 stars though “it was a great book with a good moral.”
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Ryan aged 10 gave the book 5 stars
he thought it was “good as it had humour but was still serious as well”
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