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No Better Friend

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No Better Friend

Robert Weintraub
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Tuesday, Jul 10, 2018

This book tells the extraordinary story of survival and friendship between a man and his dog during war. This is the story of the dog Judy, the only official prisoner of war in World War ll. It details how she and flight technician Frank Williams met in a POW internment camp in the Pacific theater. Their story of an unbreakable bond during the worst circumstances is one of the great undiscovered stories during the war.

This book is amazing and inspiring. It shows what it was like to live in a POW work camp and gives a great overall view of the Pacific theater. It was obviously well-researched and was incredibly interesting. The sheer amount of details made it a little boring at the beginning, but it definitely redeemed itself by the end.

Everyone who loves history or loves dogs has to read this book.

This review was contributed by: 
Olivia from Leawood Pioneer Library YAAC

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