Some Kind of Courage (Paperback)
Scholastic Press, 9780545665827, 240pp.
Publication Date: December 27, 2016
Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (1/31/2016)
Paperback, Large Print (3/3/2020)
Library Binding, Large Print (3/3/2020)
Pre-Recorded Audio Player (2/1/2016)
Joseph Johnson has lost just about everyone he's ever loved. He lost his pa in an accident. He lost his ma and his little sister to sickness. And now, he's lost his pony--fast, fierce, beautiful Sarah, taken away by a man who had no right to take her.
Joseph can sure enough get her back, though. The odds are stacked against him, but he isn't about to give up. He will face down deadly animals, dangerous men, and the fury of nature itself on his quest to be reunited with the only family he has left.
Because Joseph Johnson may have lost just about everything. But he hasn't lost hope. And he hasn't lost the fire in his belly that says he's getting his Sarah back--no matter what.
The critically acclaimed author of The Honest Truth returns with a poignant, hopeful, and action-packed story about hearts that won't be tamed... and spirits that refuse to be broken.
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Praise For Some Kind of Courage…
A New York Times Editors' Choice selection
An Amazon.com Best Book of the Month
An Indie Next List selection
*"An emotionally hard-hitting survival story... A gripping page-turner." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review
"An impressive combination of suspenseful adventure thriller and cancer narrative... Touching but unsentimental, this is a deeply moving adventure." -- Booklist
"Gemeinhart presents a rousingly riveting two-hanky read." -- Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Some Kind of Courage:
*"This is true adventure with strong underpinnings of moral courage and love... Poignant and real." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review
*"Exhilarating and enthralling, Courage promises even the most reluctant readers a breakneck adventure that will keep them turning the pages with utter devotion." -- Booklist, starred review
"This is a terrific book, morally thoughtful and wonderfully well told, that 9- to 14-year-olds are likely to cover at a gallop." -- The Wall Street Journal