In our youth, we all desired to have pets in our houses. It might be either a dog or a cat. Their affection and love are unfathomable. Pets become a part of the family and are always by the owner’s side. Are you interested in reading a story about a dog and a human relationship?
The novel “Where the Red Fern Grows” begins with the author describing a boy’s enthusiasm and delight in having a dog as a pet. Billy is the story’s protagonist. Billy saves his pennies and accomplishes his objective by purchasing two puppies.
He refers to the older one as Dan and the younger one as Ann. They develop become the area’s top hunting squad. Dan’s strength, Ann’s intelligence, and Billy’s pure determination combine to make them a formidable team. However, they are ignorant of a stumbling block that awaits them in the coming days. The story is filled with intrigue, adventure, and animal love.
You can read it to your children as a bedtime story. This novel has a 4.8-star rating out of 5. Numerous literary honors have been bestowed upon it, including the Massachusetts Children’s Book Award and the North Dakota Children’s Choice Award.
Author Wilson Rawls
Wilson Rawls was born in 1913 and died on 16 December 1984. He was a novelist from the United States of America. Rawls worked in South America as a carpenter. Meanwhile, he authored Where the Red Fern Grows, which became a best-seller. He also penned another book, “Summer of the Monkeys,” which received widespread acclaim.
Where the Red Fern Grows Features
- This pdf offers a legible font size.
- The book was first published in 1961 and was reissued on 9th May 2000.