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Hero

Hurricane Rescue

Jennifer Li Shotz

Hardcover

List Price: 17.99*
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Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (5/30/2017)
Prebound (5/30/2017)

Description

From Jennifer Li Shotz, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Max, comes the second action-packed installment of the Hero series. This time, the retired search-and-rescue dog is called to action during a hurricane.

When a dangerous hurricane strikes town and Jack and his puppy, Scout, go missing, retired search-and-rescue dog Hero is the only one who can track them down.

Hero and his human, Ben, set off into the woods, but when the storm surges out of control, the group is suddenly trapped with no way out. Now it’s up to Hero to get everyone home safe and sound. Together, Hero and Ben fight for their lives—but can Hero battle his way past alligators, mudslides, and raging floods?

Join Hero for another epic adventure and discover what a dog will do to save his best friend.

Can’t get enough superhero dog stories? Check out Jennifer Li Shotz’s other middle grade books:

  • Hero
  • Hero: Rescue Mission
  • Max: Best Friend. Hero. Marine (#1 NYT Bestseller)
  • Scout: Firefighter
  • Scout: National Hero
  • Scout: Storm Dog


Praise For Hero: Hurricane Rescue

“I recommend this book to every kid who is out there who can read books.” --Grant - Age 10
— Kids’ BookBuzz (blog)

“The story moves quickly as the action is well-paced... [kids] will enjoy the plot, the excitement, and, of course, the dog.”
— Huffington Post

“This would be a good choice for a reluctant reader or anyone who loves books about dogs.”
— Huffington Post

HarperCollins, 9780062560445, 192pp.

Publication Date: May 30, 2017



About the Author

Jennifer Li Shotz is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Max: Best Friend. Hero. Marine., about the coolest war dog ever. Among other things, Jen has written about sugar addiction, stinky shoes, and sports-related concussions. A Los Angeles native, she graduated from Vassar and has an MFA in nonfiction from Columbia. She lives with her family in Brooklyn, where she is campaigning hard to get a rescued pup. For the occasional tweet, follow her @jenshotz.