Bailey's Story

Bailey's Story

A Dog's Purpose Novel

Book - 2016
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Believing that his purpose is to be a devoted companion to 8-year-old Ethan, Bailey the puppy soon learns that life is not always simple and that protecting the boy he loves is also part of his job when bad things sometimes happen.
Publisher: New York : Tom Doherty Associates, 2016
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780765388407
0765388405
Call Number: jF CAME
Characteristics: 208 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Cowdrey, Richard - Illustrator

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joywolf83
Sep 10, 2016

A simple, easy to read book told from dog's viewpoint.

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read_freak
Jul 08, 2016

This book was a book that any person will enjoy! Except for kids who cant read!
This is about a dog named Bailey who meets a boy named Ethan and they become best friends. They spend every minute together and while Ethan grows up into a teenager,Bailey becomes more attached to him but Ethan becomes less attached. It's a great book you should totally read it.

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blue_horse_2854
Jun 01, 2016

I bought this book at Barnes and Nobles with another book, Almost Home, and I read this one first. It was an amazing, thrilling, exciting, sad, and a scary adventure! Bailey was the best dog anyone could have and I wish I could have a dog like him. It's kind of odd about a male dog that's named Bailey, I will admit that. But this is a heartwarming story for ages 9 & up. Ethan is a boy with a big heart that can make stupid decisions. Some parts made me cry, but, I'm not a spoiler, so, you'll have to read the book. But I will say that I'm glad the author didn't include anyone dyeing-animal or human.

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