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At first Travis couldn't stand the sight of Old YellerThe stray dog was ugly and a thieving rascal too But he sure was clever and a smart dog could be a big help on the wild Texas frontier especially with Papa away on a long cattle drive up to AbileneStrong and courageous Old Yeller proved that he could protect Travis's family from any sort of danger But can Travis do the same for Old Yeller?


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    Old Yeller is a coming of age story about a boy named Travis and his family living in Salt Lick Texas in the 1860s Travis is fourteen years old and yearns to be a man His father is leaving for Abilene on a trip to drive cattle for money and Travis will be left to man their home until his father returns “Now Travis” he said “you’re getting to be a big boy and while I’m gone you’ll be the man of the family I want you to act like one You take care of Mama and Little Arliss You look after the work and don’t wait around for your mama to point out what needs to be done”Even though Travis is now responsible for keeping his mother and younger brother Arliss safe he’ll also have to keep up with chopping the wood and hunting for food He feels pretty confident that he can take care of things while his father’s away and looks forward to getting his own horse when his father returns Not long after a stray yellow dog shows up and steals some of their meat Travis is extremely furious about it and wants to hurt the dog but little Arliss insists they keep him Travis flat out doesn’t want a dog again he had a dog before that died and it was hard for him to get over Little Arliss is persistent and wins him over They name the dog Old Yeller “I guessed that when you are nearly a man you have to learn to put up with a lot of aggravation from little old bitty kids”Over time Old Yeller doesn’t just keep Arliss entertained he earns his keep and saves their lives multiple times He’s a wonderful cow dog and great with the hogs too Travis gets to where he depends on Old Yeller to help him around the land and grows to love him Travis learns quickly that life on the frontier is often unpredictable and perilous There are also many daily chores to maintain keeping animals out of the corn patch branding hogs fetching water hunting and milking the cow There’s also a disease known as hydrophobia going around and killing animals which is a big risk for humans tooI read this book when I was in elementary school and decided to read it with my children I recall being emotional over the book when I was a child but honestly this time around it wasn’t as sad The ending is sort of revealed within the first pages which spares the reader in a way I finally got teary in the end when Travis has a conversation with his dad about Old Yeller “That was as rough a thing as I ever heard tell of happening to a boy And I’m mighty proud to learn how my boy stood up to it You couldn’t ask any of a grown man It’s not a thing you can forget I don’t guess it’s a thing you ought to forget What I mean is things like that happen They may seem mighty cruel and unfair but that’s how life is part of the time But that isn’t the only way life is A part of the time it’s mighty good And a man can’t afford to waste all the good part worrying about the bad parts That makes it all bad”I enjoy Fred Gipson’s writing as it’s very graphic with detailed descriptions and imagery You really get a sense of what life was like for this family with all their hard work and difficulties It’s almost like you’re transported back to this time period on the frontier It’s a great book to educate children about what life was like back thenWe liked the characters in the book especially Travis With Travis as the narrator you feel his emotions as he tells the story and you can see his character grow as he matures tremendously in the little time his father is gone His mother is supportive and does a fine job caring for the family while their father is away Little Arliss is a handful and he’s always getting into trouble He bumps heads with Travis often but Travis grows to understand him Burn Sanderson is incredibly kind and respectful I think the only character we found annoying was Bud Searcy and mainly because he was too chatty and lazy He wasn’t willing to help would quickly pass work onto someone else and basically came around acting like he was there for support What he really wants is just a free mealOur hardcover edition is a previous library copy in really good shape I’m unsure what year this edition is based on the copyright page It’s definitely not a very old edition because it does list Fred Gipson’s last book and his death in 1973 on the back cover I believe the first edition publisher was Harper Brothers Regardless this is a classic we’re happy to have There are a few black and white illustrations throughout but not manyWe watched the Disney movie after reading the book and I was surprised with the differences which included a switch up with the ending There definitely wasn’t as much death and there were some scenes removed altogether We loved the movie and actually liked the ending in the movie a little betterI was excited to see that there’s a second book titled Savage Sam We’ll be reading that one next5This book is featured on Shabby Sunday