A good book about Wolves?
I love, love, love wolves. I just admire them, so much. I just finished this really amazing game, Okami which is about a wolf. But enough of that, I want a story about wolves, it could be sad, scary, or happy. But it should be a really good book or not kiddy. If you know anything, please tell me! Thanks. :)
Oh, and it needs to be a story, not a book that tells you about wolves. I know enough. :)
- Dane CoriellLv 66 years agoFavorite Answer
Three suggestions. One is "Never Cry Wolf" which is about a naturalist who lived with wolves to study them in the 1960's. He changed the public perception of wolves almost single-handedly. The next is an older novel of a girl raised by wolves called "Julie of the Wolves". A little dated, but good. (By the way, "The Jungle Book" by Rudyard Kipling is about a boy raised by wolves). Last, "Catch Me Falling" by David Nix, about a girl kept as a caged display in a traveling circus, whose only real friend is a wolf. The summary for that one is:
Catch Me Falling by David J. Nix. As a caged display in a traveling freak show, 18 year old Crissa endures stares, taunts, and whispers of a terrible word from others: Human. But folks come by thousands to hear her do what no other can do. Sing! In a ‘what-if’ world populated by people who are not quite Human, Crissa's Human face marks her for abuse and grisly death. When a young man with a face like hers appears, she flees with him from those wishing to cage and kill her. Crissa’s flight carries her toward the mysteries of a murky past, her unusual face, and the wonderment of love and belonging.
- Anonymous6 years ago
Hmm, I can't think of a book at the top of my head, but "Okami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki", (Wolf children Ame and Yuki) is a cute comic.
Princess Mononoke is a film that a part of the plot includes wolves. It's an extreemly good movie and I recommend it.
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- Anonymous6 years ago
"Shiver Trilogy" better know as The Wolves of Mercy Falls by Maggie Stiefvater.
I hope you read them, are a such good books. :'D
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- Winter ChillLv 46 years ago
"Wolves of the Beyond" by Katherine Lasky. It's a spinoff of "Guardians of Ga'Hoole".