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Voyage of the Dogs

This edge-of-your-seat action-packed story is Homeward Boundset in space!SOS. Laika damaged. Human crew missing.We are the dogs. We are alone.Lopside is a Barkonauta specially trained dog who assists human astronauts on missions in space. He and the crew aboard the spaceship Laika are en route to set up an outpost on a distant planet. When the mission takes a disastrous turn, the Barkonauts on board suddenly find themselves completely alone on their severely damaged ship.Survival seems impossible. But these dogs are Barkonautsand Barkonauts always complete their mission....

Title : Voyage of the Dogs
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ISBN : 35417162
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 582 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Voyage of the Dogs Reviews

  • Annie

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    ¿De qué trata Perronautas? La historia nos habla sobre 4 maravillosos perros, primero tenemos a Ladito , llamado así por su orejita que siempre cae de lado, un perrito mestizo que alguna vez fue abandonado pero que ahora se ha convertido en un fantástico perronauta y que va a todos lados con su mochilita de herramientas para ayudar en el mantenimiento de la nave Laika. Después tenemos a Campeona una adorable
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  • Angie Boyter

    4+, verging on 5. A charming SF book for young people of all ages! Such a wonderful change from dystopic SF.

    Who could resist a book about a spaceship full of dogs, abandoned by the human crew and determined to save themselves and their ship? It was an outrageously cute idea, but could it succeed without being downright silly? The answer is a resounding Yes, and Voyage of the Dogs delivers a delightful read for both young people and adults.

    The spaceship Laika carries a small group of “barkonauts”
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  • Hobart

    ★ ★ ★ 1/2 (rounded up)

    This originally appeared at The Irresponsible Reader.

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    Of course, the humans couldn't go alone. There had to be dogs. Because wherever humans went dogs came along. Like rats, only more helpful. Dogs would herd livestock. Dogs would keep watch against the unknown. And, more importantly, dogs would keep the human crew company during the long spaceflight, and on their new home, far away from Earth.

    But first they had to get there.


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  • Billie

    I need to get over bad or incomplete science in books for middle graders. I mean, this was a good, solid space adventure starring dogs for goodness' sake and all I'm worrying about is who tested all the flora and fauna on Stepping Stone to ensure they were safe to eat. Like, seriously, the stuff on Stepping Stone was maybe 10% of the book and I'm letting it ruin my enjoyment of the whole book. Suspension of disbelief, woman. Suspension. Of. Disbelief.

    Sigh. My problem, not the book's.

    But can we t
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  • Shae McDaniel

    Literally Homeward Bound meets Gravity. So cute. But also wow, stressful. Kids are going to love it.

  • Mary Lowd

    This is a perfect book.

    Addendum a few hours later: I miss reading this book... It was totally absorbing, and if I'd read it when I was twelve, it would have unquestionably been my favorite book.

  • Diana

    I added this book to my "not for the faint of heart" shelf not for gore or violence, but for Feels.

    Yes indeed, I am offering a trigger warning for those of you with All The Feels. I honestly wanted to burst into tears more than once. My six-year-old actually did burst into tears at least twice. We stayed up too late reading the last eighty pages because stopping forty pages from the end would have honestly left it on such a depressing note, I'm not sure I would have slept comfortably knowing my
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  • Jake

    Really freaking cute and perfect for kids wanting to try a mild sci-fi book. Also, anything with Barkonauts will be easy to hand to nervous readers.

    This was recommended to me by a 3rd grade girl and her dad who both read and loved it. So glad I listened.