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by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
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Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, is a fiction novel about eleven-year-old Marty who hides a beagle from his family and vows to protect the dog from his mean-spirited owner, Judd Travers.
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Shiloh book by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor - Flashbacks
REVEALS HIS FEELINGS ABOUT LYING
What happened to my chocolate rabbit?
I didn't eat your chocolate!
REVEALS THE SERIOUSNESS OF THE CONVERSATION
You can't tell anybody about this.
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Marty lies about eating his sister’s chocolate. He gets all red and claims, “It was one of the worst days of my life.”
Marty remembers calling David Howard by his full name on two occasions: when David sat on a flowerpot Marty made for his mother, and when he caught Marty with his pants down in the bathroom.
Marty thinks back to the time he found a dead dog with a bullet through his head near Judd Traver’s house.