It is in the time of ww2 there not allowing any more German shepers the dogs but they have a farm.
A brother and sister are 12 there grandpa and there dad were call into war and they never come back.
They almost get caught by the Germans with the dog that they have.
They fight for there freedom and for the German Shepard they do it and they find there grandpa and there dad comes home.
I thought that it was a good book for people who like war and German Shepard's.
Randi Barrow is an attorney and amateur historian, who has also published adult nonfiction. When dogs entered her life a dozen years ago, the effect was profound. Saving Zasha, her first children’s book, was inspired and informed by her canine friends. Now a full-time writer, she lives in Los Angeles with her husband.
Will they lose there dog again? Will things come back to normal again like before? Will she forgive her father for leaving her? Will they get mad because they have a German Shepard? Will the guy that kind of knew that they had a German Shepard come?
They were living on a farm right after ww2 and they did not want German Shepard but they were secretly hiding it and there father and grandpa to gone to war but they have one hiding then the brother and sister make a company an the German Shepard's and they do.