Wow! It blows me away that this story is true!
This book is an emotional rollercoaster through the many adventures of this Inuit family. The one constant through it all, however, is the deep love between family members. This is a great book!
At the age of ten, Inuit child Alea lost her mother and grew up with only the influence of her father and older brother. She became an excellent hunter, fisher, and trapper. Many worried that she would never learn the finer points of being womanlike; however, this did not bother Alea at all. Follow this exciting, true story of an Inuit daughter, surrounded by the love of her family, who experienced many adventures both in the wild and in society.
The Good and the Beautiful Library is all about bringing the best books to children, and Wild Like the Foxes definitely is among some of the best books out there. With profound messages, beautiful writing, and a fascinating true story, this book was a favorite with our editing team. –Jenny Phillips
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