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Dog Diaries #4: Togo (Dog Diaries #4)

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Small, feisty Siberian husky Togo—the overlooked sled-dog hero of the 1925 serum run to Nome—sets the record straight in Dog Diaries #4! When a diptheria epidemic breaks out in isolated Nome, Alaska, in January 1925, the only way to get life-saving serum to the town is by using dog-sled relay teams. Twenty teams participate, and the dog who inevitably gets credit for savin...more
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Published January 7th 2014 by Random House Books for Young Readers (first published December 7th 2013)
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Bridget
Great book i'm surprised that Balto isn't the real hero Togo was!
Ms. Yingling
Togo is a sickly pup who is not expected to survive, although sled dog racer Leonhard Seppala thought he had what it took to become a sled dog and didn't give up on him. After a misspent youth that included a very brief stint as a house pet, Togo's energies are harnessed into dog sled racing, and he proves to be a valuable asset to "Sepp". After winning several races, Togo has to be part of a team that takes medicine to Nome, Alaska for a diptheria epidemic. The leader of the team that did the l...more
Annastone
Very funny book about a dog who always gives his best. Togo is a very determined pup who longs to pull sleds with the big dogs. I enjoyed this book very much.
David James
A sweet kids' book that recounts a key chapter in Alaskan history and also offers a bit of insight into life during Territorial days. Written from the scrappy dog of the title's perspective. Plenty of humor and adventure make this one a good selection for early primary grade readers.
Kim Heimbuch
3* Review Will post here after it posts at place of origin
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Apr 16, 2014 PWRL marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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May 10, 2014 Jessica rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Jessica by: me
See the first book in the series for a full review.
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