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[Fred Gipson] à Savage Sam [religion PDF] Ebook Epub Download ↠´ A tale of the son of Old Yeller, this is a very exciting book for a disney story, Travis and Lisbeth along with Arlus and Sam are taken by Indians, has a savage western feel to it, and the story is full of action, danger, and even leans on some adult topics to a degree.

I found this book captivating, suspenseful, and exciting, great read for most any age, use discretion on that, there is violence and a rape attempt.
They do not hide the fact that these are savage indians, or how they treat the captives, but it is written with some descretion that kids would be reading it.

It was like reading a cowboy and indians story, except in this case it was these young teens, a kid and a dog and how they survive the 5 stars & 5/10 hearts.
Talk about starting with a bang! My word! By chapter two you are ridden straight into a band of Apache—or rather, the Apaches ride straight into you.
The excitement in this book is pretty high, even if I already “knew” how the story would be by the Disney version.
It was hard to read sometimes.
Gibson doesn’t whitewash the hardships of being an Indian captive, nor the habits of the Apaches.
Travis is tortured and spends 9/10s of the book in pain, though not all from the torture—also from sunburn, etc.
There’s a handful of mentions that the Apaches strip Travis & his little brother.
There are a few somewhat disgusting remarks about the Apaches’ eating habits.
And there is the fact that Arliss bites off an Apache’s ear and then accidentally swallows it.
Personally, these "What Mr Gipson Has Written Is The Story Of A Grim Situation, A Desperate Chased, Filled With Brutality And Heroism, Yet He Has Written It With A Sense Of Young Wonder And Even, At Time, With Humor" –New York Times Book Review

In This Sequel To Old Yeller, Travis And His Younger Brother Are Kidnapped By An Indian Raiding Party, And Savage Sam, The Son Of The Beloved Yellow Dog, Leads A Frantic Chase To Bring Them Back" read this book today to satisfy a parent complaint of content with "crimes against women"nope! Scalpings? Indian killings? Snakes eating baby rabbits? Hailstorms? Life in the rugged wild West? oh yes, but nope, no crimes against women, unless you count kidnapping (3 children were taken from their home in Texas and subjected to a wild ride across the plains, with dad and other Indian hunters close behind)Savage Sam is the family's dog who manages, against all odds, to track the children down.
Compelling book, but I'm not sure an elementary student is mature enough or has a stomach for all the violence! absolutely loved this book! Love it more then Old Yeller one of the best sequels right up there with Con of Star Trek.
I thought this book was really good.
It was filled with action and suspense.
It was, at some parts, not good for animal lovers because there was some animal violence, but other than that, it was great! The book was well written, and all the characters had strong minds.

I would recommend it to anyone.
Great book, if you haven't read Old Yeller the original, grab it too.
Savage Sam
This book was just amazing because Arles and Travis were funny.
Arles would get rock would get rocks and try to hit Travis with them.
This book was good but it was more for like 8th graders but I still liked it.
One of the things that kept me reading this book was that Arles and Travis got kidnapped bye Indians and they were trying to take them to Mexico and then they were going to sell them to the Mexicans for slaves but then the Calvary came and shot all the Indians and took the kids back to there home.
And then they stayed with them until there uncle came home to them.
Some of the emotions that this book gave me was sad at the beginning because there parents never came back home from their trip so they thought that they were dead.

Not long ago, we watched the 1963 Walt Disney film Savage Sam.
The book Savage Sam is a sequel to Old Yeller, a 1957 Newbery Honor book by which Frederick Benjamin "Fred" Gipson (19081973) secured his place as one of the finest novelists in America.
Having previously read (and watched) Old Yeller, I just had to read Savage Sam too.
It is the early 1870s, and Savage Sam, the son of Old Yeller, lives with the Jim Coates family in the rough Texas hill country.
Travis is fifteen going on sixteen and Little Arliss is six.
While Arliss and Sam are out roaming, neighbor Bud Searcy and his granddaughter Lisbeth ride up to warn the Coates family about an Indian raid nearby.
Not sure that they really believe the story because no one saw any Indians, Travis and Lisbeth head out to roun Title : Savage Sam

Series: Old Yeller #2

by Fred Gipson

pages 151

Genre: children

book synopsis:

The son of Old Yeller helps his owners escape from the Apaches in the East Texas territory of the 1870s.

My Thoughts

Rating: 5

This was a re read it and I'm so glad I have it again to re read over and over again, its one of my all time favorite books as well as movie , from beginning to the very last page it will have you laughing your head off, it's about a boy and his dog , all the shenanigans they get in to , and the love a dog has for his boy , and that dog will take on any thing for his belov

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