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by Douglas Hall,Helen Griffiths

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ISBN:
0823403351
Author:
Douglas Hall,Helen Griffiths
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Holiday House (October 1, 1978)
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1231 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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Grip: A Dog Story Library Binding – October 1, 1978. This is about raising pit bulls for dog fighting. If that weren't inappropriate enough, the book concludes with Grip in a dog fight with the Dad's dog he wins to the extent that he is the only dog to survive, if you get my drift

Grip: A Dog Story Library Binding – October 1, 1978. by. Helen Griffiths (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Helen Griffiths (Author), Douglas Hall (Author). If that weren't inappropriate enough, the book concludes with Grip in a dog fight with the Dad's dog he wins to the extent that he is the only dog to survive, if you get my drift. And the Dad is OK with that, congratulating his son for training the dog so well. Hardly an appropriate book, even for adults.

Grip, a Dog Story book. Although Helen Griffiths retired from writing junior fiction some 30 years ago, her books are still being read by fans and new readers in various parts of the world, perhaps because the themes are timeless and therefore don't date.

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A young boy experiences conflicting loyalties for his father, a breeder of generations of champion fighting dogs, and the playful pup he loves so much.
  • Arashitilar
A gritty but loving story about a young man torn between wanting to please his dog fighting father and his love for his bull terrier Grip. The boy's father having seen Grip fail to be the fighting dog that his ferocious sire Madman is wants nothing to do with Grip seeing him as a stain upon his gladiatorial bloodlines. In the end there is only one way for the boy to keep Grip and put a stop to his families blood sporting traditions.

This may not be a story you want young children to read but it is a good one with a good morale. It contains dog fighting, badger and dog baiting. If you liked White Fang or Call of the Wild it is quite reminiscent of Jack Londons beautiful yet fierce description of dogs and their behavior. It tells of a fiercely loving and loyal bull terrier and a lonely boy that has to make some choices between pleasing his father or losing his best friend. While it may not be the politically correct style of writing preferred by today's parents it is honestly not much more violent than Where the Red Fern Grows, Old Yeller, or the previously mentioned Jack London novels.
  • Zeli
In this story Grip is bred from a champ. fighting dog. His master wants to fight him to be just like his father but Grip turns tail everytime. After being set free Grip lives with some childern but they are forced to give Grip up to his rightful owner. On the way room Grip, his master and their new friends are caught in a fight with Grip's father, Madman. Can Grip defeat Madman?
  • Qus
I would give this ZERO stars if I could.

This is about raising pit bulls for dog fighting. If that weren't inappropriate enough, the book concludes with Grip in a dog fight with the Dad's dog he wins to the extent that he is the only dog to survive, if you get my drift. And the Dad is OK with that, congratulating his son for training the dog so well.

Hardly an appropriate book, even for adults.