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What happens in chapter 5 in Shiloh?
In the beginning of chapter 5 of Shiloh, Marty reflects on all the problems that have arisen since he decided to keep Shiloh. He solved the first problem of where to keep Shiloh by building a make-shift pen in the hills behind their house. The next problem he needed to solve was how to keep Shiloh quiet.
What happens in chapter 3 of Shiloh?
In chapter 3 of the novel ‘Shiloh’ by Phyllis Reynolds, eleven-year-old Marty struggles with guilt over returning the lost dog he found to its cruel owner. Read on to find out what his plan is to get this dog (whom he named Shiloh) back and to learn about Marty’s encounter with Shiloh’s owner, Judd Travers.
What happens in chapter 11 of Shiloh?
In the beginning of Chapter 11, things are not going so well for Marty. He has gotten himself into a real jam by secretly taking Shiloh in and keeping him in a homemade pen on the far hill of his dad’s property. Shiloh is gravely injured and may not even live. Marty’s family knows about Shiloh, and so does Doc Murphy.
What happens in chapter 6 of Shiloh?
Throughout chapter 6, Marty struggles with all the stories and lies he is telling to keep Shiloh a secret. He is an honest boy and wants to do the right thing, but is unsure what the right thing is. He has a run-in with Judd Travers and learns that Judd was abused as a child.
What happens in chapter 8 of Shiloh?
Throughout chapter 8 Marty’s stories are beginning to be revealed. His dad starts getting food in mailboxes and his mom gets asked about her headaches all because of the stories he has told. Marty knows his time with Shiloh has to come to an end and it does when Ma finds him sitting in Shiloh’s pen.
What happens in chapter 4 of Shiloh?
In Chapter 4 of Shiloh, Marty continues to worry about Shiloh and the way that Judd Travers is treating him. After worrying about how he would be able to afford to take care of Shiloh, Marty finds Shiloh in his yard. He knows he cannot bring Shiloh into his home, so he builds a pen for him.
What happens in chapter 2 of Shiloh?
In chapter two of Shiloh, Marty and his father return the dog they found to Judd Travers, the man they think owns the dog Marty found. We also learn that Judd definitely mistreats his dog, as he kicks Shiloh right in front of Marty and his dad.
What is the plot in Shiloh?
The book Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor is about Marty Preston and his willingness to, in a sense, serve an abused dog. The dog is named Shiloh after he runs away to young Marty, after being abused by Judd Travers. He keeps the dog in secret for fear of being caught by his family or Judd.
What does Marty see on the way to Judds house?
As Marty is walking to Judd’s house, he spots a rabbit running in front of him. He recalls his dad’s hunting lessons about when and where to shoot rabbits, and knows he could never kill an innocent animal. While he is reminiscing, he spots a doe, a young deer, in the meadow. A doe is a young deer.
What happens in Chapter 8 of Shiloh?
How many pages are in the book Shiloh?
What is the setting in Shiloh?
The novel is set in the small town of Shiloh, West Virginia, where an eleven-year-old boy named Marty Preston finds a stray beagle named Shiloh wandering in the hills near his house. Shiloh follows him home.