Gi dogs judy prisoner of war

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Judy, Prisoner of War (G.I. Dogs #1) by Laurie Calkhoven

Meet Judy: an English Pointer and member of her Majestys Royal Navy who served bravely alongside her crew during World War II. When her ship was sunk by the enemy, Judy became the only canine prisoner of war of the Japanese.
Join Judy on her incredible journey from puppy to soldier to POW as she narrates her story of survival and heroism. This dogs-eye view takes readers into the heart of the naval action of WWII and will leave you cheering for Judy and her human companions as they overcome countless obstacles and prove time and again why a dog really is mans best friend.
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Laurie Calkhoven’s G.I. DOGS: JUDY, PRISONER OF WAR

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When her ship was sunk by the enemy, Judy became the only canine prisoner of war of the Japanese. Join Judy on her incredible journey from puppy to soldier to POW as she narrates her story of survival and heroism. This "dog's-eye view" takes readers into the heart of the naval action of WWII and will leave you cheering for Judy and her human companions as they overcome countless obstacles and prove time and again why a dog really is man's best friend. It follows her life's experience as a ship dog as well as her time as a Prisoner of War. However, not a great deal of detail is given. The suggested reading list in the back would provide a more in-depth look for those readers whose interest is sparked. While the subject matter contains a lot of war elements, it is not overly descriptive or gruesome.

Laurie Calkhoven is a children's writer and editor living in New York City.
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Judy is an English Pointer, sailing with the Royal Navy. Her life is perfect…until World War II slams into her world, sinks her ship, and captures her and her crew as prisoners of war!

Determined to find his brother, Stanley runs away to join an increasingly desperate army. Against all odds, the pair excels, and Stanley is sent to France. How can one young boy survive World War I and find his brother with only a dog to help? Join Stubby on his incredible journey from puppy to soldier to high-ranking sergeant as he narrates his story of heroism. This "dog's-eye view" takes readers into the heart of the action of WWI and will leave you cheering for Stubby and his human companions as they overcome countless obstacles and prove time and again why a dog really is man's best friend. Account Options Sign in. Top charts.

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