Wolves are fascinating creatures and if you enjoyed reading about Randall in The Howling Stones and are hungry for more wolf books in time for World Environment Day on June 5 then take a look at these other great books featuring wolves.
The Forest Wolves is Alex Milway’s second book in his Big Sky Mountain series aimed at five to eight year olds. It features Rosa and Grandma Nan who take in a sheltering wolf club from a storm – and it’s not like the scary fanged wolves Rosa has heard about. (Piccadilly Press)https://www.alexmilway.com/big-sky-mountain-book-2-the-forest-wolves/
On the non-fiction front National Geographic Kids has a colourful fact-filled book on wolves by Laura Marsh and The Ways of the Wolf by Smriti Prasadam-Halls is a picture book with beautiful lyrical language exploring the lives of these mysterious creatures. (Wren and Rook)http://www.smriti.co.uk/ways-of-the-wolf
On the fun side with the intriguing title Wolves in Helicopters a new picture book by Sarah Tagholm is due out in September. (Andersen Press) Can Hop find a way to escape the wolves in her nightmares – even if they chase her in helicopters?
Awoo! Happy reading wolf fans!