Innocent Heroes

Innocent Heroes by Sigmund Brouwer

Go back in time to World War I, and read fictional accounts of animals and their heroic exploits, including a dog who warns soldiers of a gas attack, a cat who saves soldiers from rat bites, and a pigeon who saves an entire platoon.

 

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by Evangelia on Red Cedar Book Awards

I liked this book because it was about animals and how they saved people. I recommend this book.

by Serena on Red Cedar Book Awards

I would give this book a 3 1/2 out of five. The story's were really cool but a bit confusing. I wasn't totally into the book either. It didnt make me want to keep reading. The story about the pigeon is really cool. It shows so much perseverance.

by NaimaGTES on Red Cedar Book Awards

This book was amazing! It allows you to see things through the characters eyes!

by daniel GTES on Red Cedar Book Awards

I liked it. The Stories were very good - I liked the variety of stories. I liked how the animals and how it explained their different jobs.

by Serena on Red Cedar Book Awards

This book was well written but didn't impress me. It was boring and confusing. I wasn't totally into the book either. I didn't like this book.

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