Life is changing for Canada's Anishnaabek Nation and for the wolf packs that share their territory.
In the late 1800s, both Native people and wolves are being forced from the land. Starving and lonely, an orphaned timber wolf is befriended by a boy named Red Wolf. But under the Indian Act, Red Wolf is forced to attend a residential school far from the life he knows, and the wolf is alone once more. Courage, love and fate reunite the pair, and they embark on a perilous journey home. But with winter closing in, will Red Wolf and Crooked Ear survive? And if they do, what will they find?
About this Author
Jennifer Dance has a passion for equality and justice. Her other novels for young people are Paint and Hawk, which was shortlisted or the Red Maple Award. An avid environmentalist, Jennifer lives on a small farm in Stouffville, Ontario.
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