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Walk with a Wolf

Written by Janni Howker

Illustrated by Sarah Fox-Davies

Part of the Nature Storybooks Series

Walk with a Wolf Synopsis

A non-fiction picture book by one of today's most acclaimed authors about one of the world's most magnificent creatures. Come with award-winning author Janni Howker on a spellbinding journey to the far, wild north, to the Yukon territory of north-western Canada, and meet one of the world's most magnificent, yet misunderstood, creatures: the wolf. Be part of the pack and walk, run, howl, hunt, eat, sleep and dream like a wolf.

Walk with a Wolf Press Reviews

With haunting illustrations that capture the mood of survival and beauty combined, this is a powerful piece of nature study. * Scotland on Sunday *

Book Information

ISBN: 9781406313086
Publication date: 1st December 2008
Author: Janni Howker
Illustrator: Sarah Fox-Davies
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 32 pages

About Janni Howker

Janni Howker has won many awards for her work. Badger on the Barge, her first book, won the International Reading Association Children's Book Award, as well as being Commended for the Whitbread Award and shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal. It is now a set book for Key Stage 3 of the National Curriculum. Another of her books, The Nature of the Beast was made into a major feature film shown in cinemas and on TV. She lives in Cumbria with her husband, their son and a variety of animals. Sarah Fox-Davies was born in London in 1956, and studied at Hornsey and ...

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