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Good Boy, Achilles!

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4 out of 5
Based on 5 Ratings and 4 Reviews

Book Description
Good Boy, Achilles!, a work of 128 pages, is based on the idea that, because we human beings are flawed and fouled-up, God has given dogs the task of helping us along. The story opens on a small farm somewhere in the Southeast, where a boy named Jeremy discovers that his family's dog, Ginger, has finally given birth to her long-awaited puppies. Ginger explains to her puppies that they must leave t... More
Book Information
PublisherWestBow Press
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages136
ISBN-101512755249
ISBN-13978-1512755244
Publication Date09/26/2016
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About Eddie Ellis (Author) : Eddie Ellis is a published author. A published credit of Eddie Ellis is Good Boy, Achilles!.
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5/29/2017 Eddie Ellis said:
What if God gave dogs a mission? Take care of humans. "Good Boy, Achilles!" opens on a small farm, where a boy named Jeremy discovers that his family’s dog has given birth to her puppies. Ginger explains to her puppies that they must go to new homes where they will take care of their own humans... more

tags: dogs, boys, chapter book, Christian fiction

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