Yakari in the Land of Wolves by Job
  

Synopsis

Yakari in the Land of Wolves by Job

Tormented Wolf, a warrior from Yakari's tribe, has an obsession: to take his revenge on the wolf who attacked and injured him three winters before. This wolf limps - Yakari has crossed the path of Three Legs. He is afraid, but a dream and the intervention of Great Eagle, his totem, encourage him to join the wolves. He will earn the trust of the pack's leader.

About the Author

Derib and Job have been writing Yakari stories for over 30 years and have both received lifetime achievement awards for their outstanding work. At the last festival of Angouleme in 2006, Yakari won the prix jeunesse 7-8 ans or youth prize 7-8 years.

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Format

Paperback
46 pages

Author

Job
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

11th June 2008

ISBN

9781905460298


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