When and where does Shiloh take place?

When and where does Shiloh take place?

We know that Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor takes place in the little town of Friendly, West Virginia, but the time frame is not specifically stated. The book was published in 1991 and, based on the clues from the book, the story probably takes place in the mid to late 1900s.

When did the story of Shiloh take place?

The Battle of Shiloh, also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing, took place from April 6 to April 7, 1862, and was one of the major early engagements of the American Civil War (1861-65).

Is Shiloh based on a true story?

Indeed, Shiloh was a real dog, who died in 2000, that I found in the community of Shiloh, West Virginia. For all your questions about me or the book or the dog, please use my website, It will tell you all you ever wanted to know!

Where does Marty in the book Shiloh live?

West Virginia

Is Shiloh a movie?


Who is the main character in Shiloh?

Judd Travers

What kind of dog is Shiloh?


What is Lexile reading level chart?

A popular method used by schools to measure a student reader’s ability is Lexile level or a Lexile Measure. It serves two unique functions: it is the measure of how difficult a text is OR a student’s reading ability level.

What is a good Lexile score?

Research shows that 1300L or above is the target Lexile measure for students to be ready for college and career in reading. Lexile measures provide a scientific approach to improve reading. For more information on how Lexile measures can help improve your students’ reading, visit

What is level R in reading?

Your child reads independently, or on his/her own, at a level R. Readers at a level R can read many different types of text including biographies, mysteries, series books, books with sequels, short stories, diaries and logs. They read both chapter books and shorter informational (nonfiction) texts.

What should my child Lexile level be?

A recommended Lexile text range is 100L below to 50L above your young learner’s Lexile reading measure.