Stubby and the Puppy Pack by Nikki Wallace

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Published by Pocket Books in New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Cats -- Fiction.,
  • Friendship -- Fiction.

About the Edition

Kikki the cat is lonely when her best friend moves away, but the other cats in the neighborhood don"t want to be her friend.

Edition Notes

Book details

StatementNikki Wallace ; illustrated by John Steven Gurney.
GenreFiction.
ContributionsGurney, John Steven, 1962- ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.W15876 St 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination82 p. :
Number of Pages82
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL46356M
ISBN 100671025880
LC Control Number99045078
OCLC/WorldCa42392149

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The Broken Path. Alpha: sleek black-and-brown female with a white fang-shaped mark below her ear (also known as Blade). Beta: huge black-and-tan male (also known as Mace).

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Here comes Sgt. Stubby That German shepherd star of the silver screen may have been born behind enemy lines during World War I, but Stubby, the stump-tailed terrier, worked behind enemy lines, and gained military honors along the way. By the time Stubby encountered Conroy's commanding officer, the dog had perfected his right-paw salute.

Charmed, the CO awarded Stubby mascot status and sent him along with Conroy's unit to the Western 's accomplishments earned him a place in history and in the Smithsonian Institution, where his stuffed body can still be seen.

Conroy maintained a scrapbook about Stubby, so the text is enlivened with period photographs, including those of Stubby in his uniform. Dog lovers and budding military historians alike should find this canine perspective on the Great War an absorbing read.

(timeline, research notes, bibliography, index) (Nonfiction. The dog would end up going to war with Conroy, but without anyone knowing. When it was time for Conroy to board a ship, he took Stubby along by hiding him.

The dog was discovered, but Stubby saluted the man who found him and was allowed to stay. Military Duty. Stubby spent most of his time in trenches over the 18 months he was in the war. InStubby died in Conroy’s arms. He was so loved that The New York Times ran an obituary that was 3 columns wide and half a page long.

Stubby is remembered as America’s first canine soldier and one of the most selfless heroes our country has ever known. Featured image via Stubby Dog.

Stubby’s baptism of fire occurred in Februaryshortly after the division was stationed in the Chemin des Dames sector in northern France.

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What factors motivated Stubby’s companion, Robert Conroy, to smuggle his friend overseas? To what extent was he naive or insensitive to transport a dog to a war zone? What alternatives could he have considered, in terms of leaving the dog behind?

5. Like the soldiers of the Yankee Division, Stubby must have experienced unimaginable.Stubby the War Dog is about World War I and about these soldiers, and one of the soldiers, Robert Conroy, found a dog during soldier training.

After a week, they were always together. The man named the dog Stubby because his tail was very short. Robert smuggled Stubby aboard trains and a boat to get him over to Europe.

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