The Greyhound Jamie s a small nondescript year old when he falls in love with an elderly white greyhound named Silver Streak When he gets a chance to own Silver he seizes it although it means borrowing an impo

  • Title: The Greyhound
  • Author: Helen Griffiths
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Jamie s a small, nondescript 11 year old when he falls in love with an elderly white greyhound named Silver Streak When he gets a chance to own Silver, he seizes it although it means borrowing an impossible sum from the class bad boy His mother won t let him keep the dog, so a newly determined Jamie hides him in a nearby bomb ruin This works beautifully all summer, butJamie s a small, nondescript 11 year old when he falls in love with an elderly white greyhound named Silver Streak When he gets a chance to own Silver, he seizes it although it means borrowing an impossible sum from the class bad boy His mother won t let him keep the dog, so a newly determined Jamie hides him in a nearby bomb ruin This works beautifully all summer, but winter brings new worries.

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    2 thoughts on “The Greyhound

    1. Well, there are hardly any words because I'm still crying over this book!!! I read The Greyhound as a child and have never forgotten how this book affected me. When someone asks, what's your favorite book, I always say The Greyhound. Over the years, I forgot the details of the story, but here I am at 56 years old and experiencing the same reaction! TEARS! More tears. Weeping and crying!!! And who doesn't love a good cry. I'm not letting my husband read it because I think I wouldn't want to see h [...]

    2. Read this as a kid, dogs were in our lives for many years, and I LOVE greyhounds whenever I meet them. I went along on the adventure, hopeful for this tale of a boy and his dog.

    3. I read this when I was in grade school in the 1960s and this book made me cry. Really cry. Not a tear here or there, but bawl. In fact - I was so very upset over this book I became angry at the author for wrenching my heart that way and promised to NEVER read anything of hers again. That lasted perhaps a week. And then I was almost equally annoyed and relieved to discover the library didn't have anything else of hers on the shelves.

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