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Big Red AUTHOR Jim Kjelgaard

Courage and friendship will come from an enemy cunning than any they've known before a bear who is the undisputed king of the wilderness a savage killer called Old Majesty I loved this book as a child and reread it many times I loved the thrilling adventures from the smaller ones like his encounter with the wolverine to the main conflict with the savage bear Oooo I remember being so creeped out by the bear Danny sitting in the dark hearing the bear s claws scraping on the rock and watching Big Red s hackles rise brrrrr IMO if kids are looking to be scared and feel chills up and down their spine this is a lot healthier than some of the truly twisted stuff being marketed for children today Of course thanks to this book and all those Drama in Real Life Reader s Digest stories about grizzly bear attacks I am absolutely terrified of bears Thankfully I live in Detroit now Not too many bears around here

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From the moment Danny sees the beautiful Irish setter he knows Red is the dog for him  Fast and smart strong and noble Red is the only dog Danny wants by his side  Soon I thought when I began re reading this book yesterday that I might change its star rating from 5 to 4 I had marked it 5 stars when I first joined GR and before I really understood how things worked here But I ve just finished the book and I m leaving it with all 5 stars I have a soft spot for Kjelgaard and the way he is able to bring dogs people and Nature to vivid life This story of Big Red and Danny is no different and I was caught up from the beginning Would Danny be able to work with the beautiful dog Would he understand the science behind the show ring What will happen when the lovely Sheila MacGuire arrives And then there s that bearwho will win that little contestThis is an outdoor book and should be read sprawled on your belly with the grass tickling your nose and little flying bugs landing on the page every so often and the sun warming you as you follow Danny and Red through their woods Icebergs people and Nature to vivid life This story of Big Red and Danny is no different and I was caught up from the beginning Would Danny be able to work with the beautiful dog Would he understand the science behind the show ring What will happen when the lovely Sheila MacGuire arrives And then there s that bearwho will win that little contestThis is an outdoor book and should be read sprawled on your belly with the grass tickling your nose and little flying bugs landing on the The Line page every so often and the sun warming you as you follow Danny and Red through their woods

Jim Kjelgaard ë 9 review

Neither boy nor dog can stand to be apart  Together Danny and Red face many dangers in the harsh Wintapi wilderness that they call home  But the greatest test of their Jim Kjelgaard s Irish Setter books are the ultimate boy and his dog adventure stories Although it has been a very long time since I read them I do remember that they completely enthralled me at the time and captured my heart and imagination

  • Paperback
  • 224
  • Big Red AUTHOR Jim Kjelgaard
  • Jim Kjelgaard
  • English
  • 03 May 2018
  • 9780553154344

About the Author: Jim Kjelgaard

an American author of young adult literatureBorn in New York City New York Jim Kjelgaard is the author of than forty novels the most famous of which is 1945's Big Red It sold 225000 copies by 1956 and was made into a 1962 Walt Disney film with the same title Big Red His books were primarily about dogs and wild animals often with animal protagonists and told from the animal's point



10 thoughts on “Big Red AUTHOR Jim Kjelgaard

  1. says:

    An Animal Story with a Happy EndingI read this when I was a child and wanted to see if I still enjoyed it in the same way but I didn’t Still it was an adventure story and I couldn’t put it downOne day Danny age 18 went to visit his father’s landlord when a large red dog ran over to greet him They immediately bonded

  2. says:

    First published seventy three years and twenty six days ago this story is based in the Wintapi Forest in the eastern part of the United States a three hour drive to New York City There are mountains nearby and Danny and his

  3. says:

    I thought when I began re reading this book yesterday that I might change its star rating from 5 to 4 I had marked it 5 stars when I first joined GR and before I really understood how things worked here But I've just finished the book and I'm leaving it with all 5 stars I have a soft spot for Kjelgaard and the way he is able to bring dogs people and Nature to vivid life This story of Big Red and Danny is no d

  4. says:

    Jim Kjelgaard's Irish Setter books are the ultimate boy and his dog adventure stories Although it has been a very long time since I read them I do remember that they completely enthralled me at the time and captured my hea

  5. says:

    35I needed a story that was easy to read yet held wonderful characters and a lovely story This book fit Dogs a young man and mountain forests There was excitement amusing moments and plenty of heart I had seen the movie but it wasn't anything like the book I loved Red and really liked Danny and his fatherMy only complaint were the times the whiteout was needed otherwise it would have been a 4 star book

  6. says:

    Jim Kjelgaard really started my obsessive compulsive reading lifestyle He was really the first author that I can vividly remember at like 8 years old going into a bookstore and blurting out to any employee Do you have any Jim Kjelgaard books I'll spell it for youK J E L G A A R D Great dog books too by the way

  7. says:

    I read Big red because it looked very interesting and I like dogs This book is very enjoying and I think that it is a perfect book for a freshma

  8. says:

    This book has a copyright of 1945 mine is a 4th printing dated 1962 and was written back when Scholastic Books had some real substance instea

  9. says:

    I loved this book as a child and reread it many times I loved the thrilling adventures from the smaller ones like his encounter with the wolverine to the main conflict with the savage bear Oooo I remember being so creeped out by the bear Danny sitting in the dark hearing the bear's claws scraping on the rock an

  10. says:

    I rated this when I first joined Goodreads but I don't remember why I only gave it three stars I seems to me that I enjoyed it than that I've recently picked up a used copy of the book so sooner or later I'll get around to rereading

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