Legend of the Ghost Dog #2020

Legend of the Ghost Dog By Elizabeth Cody Kimmel Legend of the Ghost Dog A thrilling mystery set against a stark landscape and the inspiration of Nome s real life dog hero Balto Twelve year old Tee has just moved to Nome Alaska with her writer father and sullen little b
  • Title: Legend of the Ghost Dog
  • Author: Elizabeth Cody Kimmel
  • ISBN: 9780545391276
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Legend of the Ghost Dog By Elizabeth Cody Kimmel A thrilling mystery set against a stark landscape and the inspiration of Nome s real life dog hero, Balto.Twelve year old Tee has just moved to Nome, Alaska, with her writer father and sullen little brother, Jack Jack isn t happy about the idea of living in the middle of nowhere, but Tee and her dog Henry are thrilled so much open space to run around and sniff But on aA thrilling mystery set against a stark landscape and the inspiration of Nome s real life dog hero, Balto.Twelve year old Tee has just moved to Nome, Alaska, with her writer father and sullen little brother, Jack Jack isn t happy about the idea of living in the middle of nowhere, but Tee and her dog Henry are thrilled so much open space to run around and sniff But on a walk near their new house, Henry spots something that has him seriously spooked Tee sees a mysterious shadow, and it seems to be following them Have they disturbed a restless spirit And what other secrets might this dark place be holding
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    1. Finished this forever ago in the middle of a crazy time wish I remembered it A student was desperate for me to read it, and my overwhelming impression was that I would ve loved it when I was 11, which is the last time I read a book about a ghost dog It was called Shadow, and it wrecked me.


    2. Anita moves to a cabin near Nome, Alaska with her brother Jack and her dog Henry because her mother is off in Japan on business and her father is conducting research on human dog relationships and how they are being destroyed by the snowmobile Since there aren t many children around, Anita meets the daughter of another researcher, Quin, and the two, though quiet and bookish, take to each other Anita and Quin also like hiking, but there is something in the woods that is spooking Henry On one hike [...]


    3. This book was so awesome and suspensful Tee, her brother Jack, her dad, and her dog Henry go on vacation to Alaska, because of her dad s research One day she goes on a walk with Henry and he got loose Tee finally finds him whining at a bush she goes and catches him but has this weird feeling that someone is watching her Tee makes friends with another researcher s daughter, Quin Quin knows a lot around there than Tee, so maybe she can help find what that someone is in the bush.


    4. Out in the Alaskan wilderness, there is something waiting for your your soul As Tee is walking his dog, Henry, it was waiting for them You have to read this book to find out what is waiting for them It is up to Tee and her new friend Quinn to unravel the mystery This book has a lot of mystery, adventure and creepy moments I would recommend this book to anyone who likes mystery I give this book two thumbs up.



    5. I was interested in Dodie s story than the whole dog ghost thing Also, I m tired of the girls who read don t have friends stereotype.



    6. January Book Review Legend of the Ghost DogBy Elizabeth Cody KimmelAs Tee visits the crisp, cool state of Alaska, she meets new friends, goes on wonderful adventures, and sees lots of dogs, but mystery follows her around, waiting to be discovered Tee is a young intelligent, caring girl She loves books, hiking, and most of all dogs Her dads work brings Tee, and her younger brother Jack to Alaska Tee can t wait to begin exploring the woods of Alaska, along with her dog Henry, but when something in [...]


    7. This book is actually a very good book This book has two things to it, adventure and mystery THis book explains a mystery of a dog who was abandoned and was thought to haunt the woods of Alaska Three kids were standing to find out what is going on This book has a meaning to it but don t ask me Read it


    8. Like one big mystery The ghost dog wants to help, and Tee and Quin have to find out what the ghost dog is, why its guarding the cabin, and will find a very old lady who is linked to the mystery.


    9. 3.5 starsThis is a really cute MG, younger YA read that has just enough creepy elements to enthrall, while also warming the heart with its sound themes and motifs The story flips back and forth between the past and present, remaining mostly in the present to expand on the story, but the added past information helps spur the reader on as they realize this isn t just a ghost story, but a search for the grave of a missing child, as well Now, that probably sounds morbid, and it is, but it s presente [...]


    10. 12 year old Tee is like another adult in her family, Her mother is almost always in another country for work, so she become s the person that has to take care of her little brother, Jack, and her father Tee s absolute 2 favorite thing s are books and her dog, Henry, it s hard for Tee to make new friends because no one really like s the same thing s she does But when her father has to go to Alaska to wright a book, his partner, Joe, has a daughter named, Quin Quin and Tee are into the same thing [...]


    11. Tee and her brother, Jack, are in Nome, Alaska with their dad while he researches for a book on sled dogs Tee friends Quin, the daughter of Joe who is helping Tee s dad with research At first Quin and Tee are aloof but quickly realize they have many interests in common, including dogs On a hike, Tee and Jack think they see a ghost dog and name it Shadow When talking with Quin, they realize this may be the ghost dog that has been talked about for years, though no one had actually seen it Deciding [...]


    12. Hopefully I can coax my group members to make this an all read This ghostly mystery is laden with intrigue and reader appeal for grades 4 7.When Anita moves to Alaska temporarily, she meets a new friend who is just as interested as she is in reading andosts Anita s parents are taking a break while writer Dad researches sled dogs for his new book Meanhiwle, Anita and her new bff think they have seen a ghost dog Is it the legendary Balto Or is this ghost dog related to another local tall tale With [...]


    13. For an adult book, this only rates about 3 stars, but since it is a children s book, it rates a full 5 stars Part of that rating is, it does not ask the reader to analyze the story at the end, a fault which appears in many books sold to schoolchildren.I enjoyed the mystery, and was swept along with the children as they tried to determine first if there really was a ghost, and what it was, and then as their story merged with the consciousness of the first narrator, the story became smoother and [...]


    14. The author is Elizabeth Cody Kimmel, the genre is mysterywhat is this book This book is The Legend of the Ghost Dog I read this book because it s a wonderful and amazing book The story takes place in Alaska in a winter cold Most of books don t have that type of climate as the background so it just gives it amazing qualities The characters as well are interesting and phenomenal too The characters give the book flavor to this book The main characters are Tee, Jack, Quinn, and the Ghost dog Caspi [...]


    15. Set in Nome, Alaska both in the present and in the 1920s, Legend of the Ghost Dog by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel is inspired by the serum run to stop a diphtheria outbreak The two real life heros were Balto and Gunner Kaasen Here, though, the ghost dog isn t Balto who is stuffed and on display in Chicago , but a littermate.Most of the story is set in the present day, with Anita Tee , her younger brother, Jack, their father and dog, Henry While Tee is making friends with the only nearby kid, Quin, some [...]


    16. Thoroughly enjoyed this novel Tee, her brother Jack, and her father are in Alaska for him to do research on a book about sled dogs and races While walking their beagle in the woods nearby, she sees a shadowy vision that looked like a dog In talking with her new friend, Quinn, she finds that others who live there year round have seen the same shadowy figure that has been named Shadow Told in two parts, a girl named Dodie talks about racing sled dogs prior to the Vietnam War She and her sister, Si [...]


    17. I think this book was really good The book is about a girl named Tee and her brother Jack who go on vacation to Alaska While Tee is walking her dog Henry, when he starts to act weird near an old mining village Tee s dad meets up with his business friend and his daughter Quinn Quinn told Tee that there is a legend of a mysterious force that can hypnotize dogs they do research, and find out that a sled dog went missing around that area They go to investigate, when the ghost dog pulls Tee s brother [...]


    18. The ghost dog was named Caspian, and he was not free until Silla was found Silla was a girl who went into the woods, with Caspian when he was alive, and a bad storm hit The storm lasted 3 days and 3 nights, and Dodie knew that Silla s lungs would not take it Silla said that she was going to the pool to search for gold, but instead she went to a old abandoned miner s cabin, and hid in a root cellar and died there Caspian was set free when people found Silla s bones in the root cellar, just like D [...]


    19. Although the concept of a ghost dog who is guarding a secret in the woods seems far fetched, it worked for a pretty good story The book has believable characters, and the ghost dog just fits right in The beginning, meaning at least the first half, was horribly slow, unfortunately It all tied up nicely in the end, with promise for even better things to come So, despite the creepy cover, it ended up being kind of a feel good story after all Tee as a main character can be awfully unlikable at times [...]


    20. The book I read was Legend of the Ghost Dog by Elizabeth Kimmel It was about a family, john, tee, and dad who went to Nome Alaska Their dad brought them to Nome so he could get background data for his book that he is writing When tee went walking with her beagle, Henry, they encountered dark shadow in the woods that was following them I thought the book was pretty good There were a few parts in the beginning that were a bit slow I give this book a rating of 4 starts out of 5.i would recommend th [...]


    21. This book was full of action and suspense because these two girls that just met are friends and they both have heard stories about this dog in the forest that one of the girls have already encountered Legend of the Ghost Dog was very stressful at some times because you would always get the sense of a spooky dog coming up on your back without you noticing I would rate this book four and a half stars because it was very intense but other times it was just getting a little boring but then would eve [...]


    22. The legend of the ghost dog is a good book and really recommend it Tee, her brother and her dad moved to Alaska.Her dad was writing a novel about sled dogs so he wanted to move to Alaska to learn about them When His writing partner came to their house he brought his daughter Gwen Tee and Gwen became friends fast When one day Tee went out to walk her dog, her dog started acting really weird down by the old mine It was like something there watching them Tee then told Gwen and Gwen told her about [...]


    23. Honestly, it took me awhile to get into the book Some parts were quite boring, but in the end, I am glad I read it I m not a fan of ghost stories and that s what I thought this would be It wasn t It s of a story of friendship, love, and family Tee and Jack are in Alaska for two weeks with their dad while he works on a book he is trying to write about sled dogs Tee runs the family and doesn t like people She meets Quin who is very similar to her On a hike, they discover some thing mysterious in [...]


    24. 8 Yellow BR 4 Legend of the Ghost Dog by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel with 200 pages is a great mystery book One of the literary elements it uses well is Setting It often describes the setting really well and going into detail about the little things making you feel like you re there Snother thing it uses well is Plot Devices Often it would build up to make it seem like one thing was going to happen but another thing would All in all its a really fun and entertaining book to read with both horror and m [...]


    25. I loved this book Of course it s one of my favorite subjects dogs But it also entwines the story of Alaska and the Iditarod in it as well Perfect timing the Iditarod will start in a few weeks and I can book talk this book to my 7th graders If you are familiar with the story of Balto and know some of the stops on the Iditarod Trail race you ll be in heaven reading this Yes, there really is a ghost but not a boogie man ghost, rather a beautiful dog with a sad past and heart wrenching story.


    26. I really liked this book, because of the way that the author would let you read a couple chapter then a flashback Another reason is that i liked the suspense in the book there was a lot of that It was hard to understand at first but after a while i got it At the end of the book is were they explained the whole situation Through the book you think that they will be going in one direction but all of the sudden they, i really liked it Somethings that they could improve on is the author could have s [...]


    27. A good creepy read for kids in grades 3 and up featuring dead dogs, missing children, and a great Alaskan setting Tee doesn t think she believes in ghosts until she travels with her Dad to Nome, Alaska on her school break so he can research a book about the relationship between sled dogs and their humans When she repeatedly encounters a shadowy presence in the woods, she begins to realize that something is out there A local girl befriends her and together they try to make sense of things Good ch [...]


    28. This was really great read Two intertwining stories, one set in the past and one during present day, readers explore the Alaskan wilderness and its dog sledding history with twelve year old Tee, her new friend Quinn, and her little brother Jack when they come face to face with the legend of the ghost dog Shadow and a tragedy that started it all A great ghost story that even gave me goosebumps Great for readers who love Mary Downing Hahn s ghost stories


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