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Please provide an email address. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger. It's a wonderful story. I read it in two days and loved it! Give it a chance and you will too! Gerard's review Finding This is a book about a young girl named Bree. When she visits an animal shelter for the first time, she determines to help the dogs somehow and does. I liked this book because it was upbeat and focuses on animal rescue.
I think it would also be inspirational for children and teens to see how one person can make a difference. My favorite part was that Bree convinced her lonely elderly widow neighbor to get an abandoned dog named Neptune.
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This is a cute quick read. Dec 20, Logan Kicherer added it. Finding Danny Personal Response I really liked this book even though there wasn't any action and a lot of drama when she lost her dog. I think this book got stretched out too much. It took too long for them to find Danny and some parts didn't even make any sense. I really wished that they would have made it into a group search for the dog, and they had to steal Danny back from the pound. It would also have been cooler if they could have told the story from Danny's point of view, so we at least kn Finding Danny Personal Response I really liked this book even though there wasn't any action and a lot of drama when she lost her dog.
It would also have been cooler if they could have told the story from Danny's point of view, so we at least knew what was happening. Plot This book took place in the rich part of town where a little girl, Bree, and her dog, Danny, lived. Bree parents were both news reporters and traveled all around the world, which was kind of cool. Bree did not travel, so it was hard for her family to spend time with each other because they were gone all of the time. One day her dog went missing and she looked all over for him, but she could not find him.
Her parents weren't there to help or support her when Danny went missing. She had some awesome friends who volunteered to help find him. Characterization Bree is the main character in this book. She is the girl with the missing dog. Her parents are reporters and are gone a lot, so she was often alone for long periods of time. Her mom is a reporter who travels around the U. She loves her job, but she hates that she has to leave her family a lot if there is a big case coming up. Her dad is also a reporter for big cases and travels around the country a lot.
He also loves his job. He hates that he can't always be there for Bree when she needs someone, but that is why he bought her Danny. Danny is a border collie. He was only a puppy when Bree got him. Over time, he got bigger and bigger. Danny and Bree had a special bond that could never pull them apart or so they thought. Impact of Setting This book took place in a town in Florida in the rich part of town where a 12 year old girl named Bree and her parents lived.
Her parents were reporters that travel around the country, which meant that Bree was alone so they bought her a dog to keep her company. Bree and her dog, Danny, had a special bond. They loved each other Danny was like the sibling she never had. One day when Bree left for school, she left the door open and Danny got out and started to chase a cat and he got lost. Bree looked everywhere for him.
The only thing she found was his old leather collar that must have broken off. One night when Bree was about to give up, she heard Danny barking outside of her window. She ran outside and gave him a big old hug. Recommendation I would recommend this book to kids in middle school kids because it's not too hard of a book to read. There is not much action at all. If you like action, I would not read this book. This book does have drama in it, so if you like drama I would read this book. I rate this book 4 stars, mostly because it didn't explain Danny disappearing enough.
Jun 12, Taylor rated it it was amazing Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Mar 17, CourtneySheeran added it. Apr 30, Brandon Stump rated it really liked it.
Finding Danny is a fiction adventure story. It is the story of a girl named Sabrina Davies who has a dog named Danny. Danny is her one constant. Both her parents work demanding jobs and they are gone a lot and so Sabrina "Bree" has only her one true companion her dog who she has had since he was a puppy. A horrible mistake made by her mother allows Danny the opportunity to run away and he does. Bree has to begin the difficult task of searching for him in the big city of LA where she lives.
In th Finding Danny is a fiction adventure story. In the process she meets up with friends who see the world through a different view.
They are selfless and giving. She begins to want that for herself. She is helped by her new friends to begin a huge dog rescue effort.
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More importantly they help her work through all the anger she has toward her parents for their absence. She realizes that she needs them and her parents recognize the same thing. She forgives them and they make job changes to allow for more time together. By helping rescue other dogs she is able to spread the word about Danny and miracles of miracles happen and he is found and returned. She learns a lot about love and acceptance and forgiveness during this search.
Jun 06, Miyang rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book was wonderful. For a middle grade novel, I am more than impressed. The meaning behind the book is so much more than losing her dog. It's about a girl growing up and realizing that change is constant. I definitely look at animal shelters in a whole new way and when I am older, I will certainly adopt. The author portrayed this story beautifully. I had a smile on my face throughout the book. Although the writing is not perfect, the message behind it is beautiful and I will start living by that.
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