The Eyes Of Gray Wolf by Jonathan LondonThe Eyes Of Gray Wolf by Jonathan London

The Eyes Of Gray Wolf

byJonathan LondonIllustratorJon Van Zyle

Paperback | October 4, 2016

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Listen carefully and you will hear the wild, untamed music of Gray Wolf as he races along icy ridges, howls at the moon, fiercely defends his territory against an unknown pack, and, finally, settles with a new mate. The simple, poetic text follows the restless Gray Wolf as he wanders through the northern winter night and the spectacular illustrations present a dramatic look at a beautiful, endangered animal. An afterword that adults will want to share with children is also included and offers detailed information on wolves and their range throughout the world.

Jonathan London has written more than one hundred picture books for children, many of them about wildlife. He has sold more than 1.5 million books and is known in particular for his Froggy series. He lives with his wife in northern California. www.jonathan-london.netJon Van Zyle's art has garnered him numerous honors. His prints, poste...
Title:The Eyes Of Gray WolfFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.68 inPublished:October 4, 2016Publisher:Graphic Arts BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1943328722

ISBN - 13:9781943328727


Editorial Reviews

AMERICAN BOOKSELLER Pick of the Lists: "With sparse, poetic text a drama unfolds of Gray Wolf who is wandering alone on a winter's night after losing his mate to a hunter's steel trap. There is suspense as Gray Wolf encounters a wolf pack where many pairs of eyes gleam at him through the darkness. Will he be accepted into the pack? The illustrations by one of Alaska's premier wildlife artists portray the vastness and the beauty of the wolf's domain. The back of the book lists a number of organizations that are working towards protecting the wolf and reintroducing it into native habitats."