R These are my favorite kind of books a great book for middle grade readers about great book for middle grade readers about without the details of gore and horror in war books for older readers I think both boys and girls alike would really get into this with the fighting action and of course the heroics of Jet the War DogA word of caution some adult guidance would be needed to explain some of
"the terms used "terms used the 1940 s Some of the military words would be unfamiliar to ounger readers and some terms such as the one used for a female dog would need to be explained for readers who had only heard it used in a derogatory context WarDogByMartin BoothSo this review is for the book WarDog By Martin Booth the grade level is 7 9 This book is about how dogs in the military came to be it tells a story about a black labrador who is off to serve her country in WW2 And her journey through all the chaos of warThe central idea I think is about love and how such a little thing as a dog can make a difference on how Jane of Gowlands you do things and whatou would do for that dog or animal There are some things in the book that shows this very well Like when Fred joined the army just to find Jet and to be with her for one last time It also reveals how much Fred loves Jet and cares for her An Heart stirring a heroine to want the best for amidst the inhumanity of war My Full Review This was one of my favorite books when I was a kid The story is great following around a well trained black lab as she assists her soldiertrainer in a few different war canine functions There s just enough grit blood and death to make it clear there s a real war going in but it s light enough that it won t give children nightmares What it will give children is a fierce desire for a good do. Her in good stead This is the fast paced story about a remarkable dog whom the reader soon comes to lov. ,
Acked and they had to evacuate Both Major Sassoon and Bess were shot by enemies while waiting to board on the evacuation ships Jet was held for six months in a veterinary kennel after her mission During that time Fred was released from prison and later joined the army Bess was then introduced to sergeant Ken Hogans who brought Jet to be with him for civil defense training So far that was the major events that took place in the book I cant really tell who the authors audience wasI would make a hypothesis that the audience was primary students and any law enforcement or the dog activists I say this because the book is about the dog activists I say this because the book is about dog that is forced to leave his owner and taken to the army and is trained to become this all important dog that helps the army in missions This book was interesting to me a student so i think its meant for any student As well as any person who has
An Interest Between Wars Andinterest between wars and To me the theme in this book is an emotional bond between man and dog shows that what ever struggles happen both will triumph in their own way Also this book is for enjoyment to whomever the audience is It shows the view of the Jet the female Labrador Also the struggle of being a dog in the war and the attachments between the different men and the dog That is the authors message in my opinion So far i highly recommend this book to all I think this a beautiful book about a dog who works in the military it s heartwarming to see a dog be brave and save the day at times It melts my heart to see Jet be a companion to all the people serving in the war and follow them as they go through tough times in the war It s a good book about friendship and how it will never end It was an amazing book about dogs in the wa. Ed shortly before the outbreak of World War II Jet is reuisitioned by the army where her training stands.