Fiction Publisher: The mean Pritchard boys want Billy to pay up now, but Billy gives his dogs a little longer to find their quarry.
Billy explains he can't come home because he has a promise to keep. Billy's parents tell him that because of his dogs the family now has enough money to move to town.
More than that, the dogs seem bonded to each other, and to Billy, in mysterious ways. Add your rating See all 20 parent reviews. Sweet kid, right?
January 1, 1961 Number of pages: All right! Grandpa has Billy enter Little Ann into the beauty competition and she wins.
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Billy is honest, noble, as faithful as his dogs, and he perseveres against daunting obstacles. Where the Red Fern Grows literature essays are academic essays for citation.
Historical Fiction. A lot or a little? Surprise, Billy doesn't care about school.
As if things couldn't get any worse, a few days later Billy notices Little Ann has stopped eating. After the hunting competition, things settle down a bit. Billy explains to his mother he feels God helped him get his hounds.