I read this aloud to my 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 11 year old during science this week. As we finished, I asked each child to share something new they learned from the book. They had wonderful answers. One younger child did not know wolf pups were born without hearing or sight. An older one was fascinated by the idea of how pups learn to hunt through play first. Someone drew a connection between the way birds eat and throw up food into their young hatchlings’ mouths and the way wolves transition pups from milk to solids by doing the same thing. We loved this book!
From my 7 year old: “I liked how it was about animals and nature. I learned about the baby wolf cubs and how they hunted and survived. I liked how the wolf pack protected the babies. I would recommend it to my friends. It is one of my favorite stories!”
We love this book! It takes you through various stages of growing up for young wolves in a fun and engaging way.
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.
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