A Wolf in the North Woods

by Heather Horn
Rated 5.0 out of 5

Beautiful story!

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 16, 2024

My son absolutely loved this book and asked if there are any more like it. This story seems to be one of a kind. We would love to see more stories like this in Level 3 or 4 about animals in the north woods (wolves, eagles).


Good story

Rated 5.0 out of 5
February 7, 2023

This teaches you about the life of a wolf, as it spans from birth to learning to hunt. An interesting book that engaged both of my sons (4 & 6 yrs). I really love that the book has reading-level appropriate words so that my 6 yo can begin reading it on his own. There are a handful of words that I have to help him with, but most of the larger words that he’s never seen before he is able to use his phonics skills to figure them out.

Lindsey Jones

My son decided to read it all in one day

Rated 5.0 out of 5
May 17, 2022

My kids don’t choose to read sadly. But when we got this for the summer reading I told him I got a book we can read together and he sat down to read the first chapter and just wanted to continue to read. He loved learning about wolves and it made reading enjoyable.


Amazing - This was the 1st book to get my son interested in reading!

Rated 5.0 out of 5
May 8, 2022

My Son absolutely loved this book! He has read it over and over again. Beautiful illustrations and a real simple but factual learning book to enjoy.

This is a must.


Loved it!

Rated 5.0 out of 5
November 15, 2021

My daughter absolutely loved this book and couldn’t stop talking to everyone about it. Nice to see my daughter not only excited about reading but also wanting to share her love of this book with others. Highly recommend this book, great read!

Krista B.
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Level 2

Life in the North Woods is full of surprises, danger, work, and best of all: adventure! Young wolf pups, Will and Beth, discover the skills of hunting and protecting as well as the love of family and nature. Follow the wolf siblings through the North Woods as they grow from newborn pups to helpful members of the pack.

63 Pages

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