PDF Gay Neck The Story of a Pigeon

  • Hardcover
  • 192
  • Gay Neck The Story of a Pigeon
  • Dhan Gopal Mukerji
  • English
  • 22 June 2020
  • 9780525304005

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review Gay Neck The Story of a Pigeon Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB And his brave heart Gay Neck served his new masters heroically Winner of the 1928 Newbery Medal. While this 1927 Newbery Medal winner is not one of my favorites it is worth the time spent reading the poetic beautiful allegorical lyrical language of the authorThe setting is 1914 with war looming ever present It is the story of a carrier pigeon named Gay Neck and his owner a young 14 year old Indian boyAs Gay Neck s owner trains him to be a carrier pigeon they travel many miles throughout Indian jungle wherein both lives are in danger Weaving between the voice of the owner and then the pigeon the reader soars with the vivid images of war waged both man against man and beast against beast The Baby They Longed For reader soars with the vivid images of war waged both man against man and beast against beast

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review Gay Neck The Story of a Pigeon Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Er sent his prized pigeon to serve in World War I and of how because of his exceptional training. This book is not entertaining If you want entertaining read the other Goodreads reviews of it mostly by school librarians THOSE are entertaining The Baby They Longed For read the other Goodreads Omnibus Films reviews of it mostly by school librarians THOSE are entertaining

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review Gay Neck The Story of a Pigeon Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Writing out of his own experience as a boy in India Dhan Gopal Mukerji tells how Gay Neck's mast. This novel written in 1928 for children by a man born in Calcutta is intense to say the least Gay Neck is a carrier pigeon whose odyssey unfolds over several years as he learns to fly trains for war mates falls into a great funk and finally comes into The Wisdom of the Lama Pretty deep stuff but simply and sweetly told The illustrationsprints are superb