Savage Sam

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Harper Collins, Jul 28, 1976 - Fiction - 160 pages
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"Gipson again has given us a purely wonderful trunk of Americana, and one of those rare books to be enjoyed on many latitudes of brow elevation."--Chicago Sunday Tribune
 

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SAVAGE SAM

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Young people who loved Old Yeller and Hound Dog Man will have to expect to find a different emphasis in this. While Savage Sam is Old Yeller's son, he plays a secondary if important role in what is ... Read full review

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User Review  - wmswarriors - LibraryThing

Super awesome book. Not as awesome as its prequal, but awesome all the same. A tale of endurance and love. I would have cried, but I am a MAN. Read this book after you read the other one. Read full review

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About the author (1976)

With Old Yeller,Fred Gipson secured his place as one of the finest novelists in America. The book was published to instant acclaim and has become one of the most beloved children's classics ever written. Since its publication in 1956, Old Yeller has won countless awards, including the 1957 Newbery Honor. Mr. Gipson's other works include both fiction and non-fiction. He grew up in the Texas hill country and died in 1973.

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