Wolf PackBook - 2004
After a devastating forest fire, a ranger discovers a litter of wolf cubs. He and his wife soon learn that they are no ordinary wolves. They are both animal and human. Although the young ones try to fit into the human world, their true nature makes the challenges of being teenagers all the more difficult.
When one of the pack is kidnapped, the others must draw on both sides of their nature -- human and wolf -- to find the cunning, the strength, and the courage it takes to rescue her.
Edo van Belkom has created unlikely but compelling heroes in a book that is by turns funny, frightening, and always entertaining.
From Library Staff
samdog123 Oct 29, 2009
Really, this is a fun read for teens or tweens alike! A family of teenage werewolves is in danger of exposure by a academic type who wishes to exploit them for money.
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A forest ranger finds four wolf cubs in the British Columbia wilderness and takes them home, but when his wife checks on them in the middle of the night, she sees four human babies.
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