©1996 Phyllis Reynolds Naylor; (P)1997 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Divison of Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc.
"Naylor offers a moving and powerful look at the best and the worst of human nature as well as the shades of gray that color most of life's dilemmas." (Booklist)
I really like it because the music helps the expression and makes the story real. I like that the end is unexpected. I like that it is a story about rescuing a beagle.
The book and the performance are great. My issue is that when the first book in a series is available in immersion reading format, the reader should be warned CLEARLY prior to purchasing additional books in the series when the book is NOT available in immersion reading format! There was no warning whatsoever that this Kindle/Audible version would not be available with the immersion capability; only after purchasing the book did I discover that for the second book in the series - also a best seller - the immersion reading capability is inexplicably gone, as is my $16, given combined costs of both the Kindle book and Audible recording.
This is an ongoing problem, and as much as I think well of Amazon and (especially) Audible customer service, this is an easy problem to rectify by clearly stating on the product pages that "this version is not yet Immersion Reading capable." For many of us, the entire point in purchasing these books is for the Immersion Reading capability - clearly state in obvious places when this is or is not the case, especially when the predecessors in a series have had the capability.
I like listening to books from this site.
yes I prefer listening to the book rather than reading it and taking days to finish it.
Shiloh because it's the first book
Shiloh guiding it's owner.
No matter what age you are these three books about Shiloh, by Phylllis Reynolds Naylor , are not only alot of fun to read for yourself, but even better to listen to. Having them read by Michael Moriarty is also a great listen. I beleive all people of any age will liten and enjoy all the twist and turns of this book about a dog and his master.
Marty becouse he never gives up.
Yes and it goes very fast. You can get very wraped up in the story even if you have heard it many times before.
A very enjoyable book to listen to for a light harted change of pace especially if you love family stories with kids and animal and adventure.
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