The Seasons Of Little Wolf by Jonathan LondonThe Seasons Of Little Wolf by Jonathan London

The Seasons Of Little Wolf

byJonathan LondonIllustratorJon Van Zyle

Paperback | February 2, 2016

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Little Wolf, pup of Gray Wolf and White Wolf, bounds into the world and through the seasons in this new children's picture book. Inside the safety of the den, through fields of wildflowers, and in birch shimmering in an autumn moon's glow, Van Zyle's paintings depict Little Wolf's adventures through a variety of perspectives from close-up portraits to sweeping action scenes. Jonathan London's lyrical prose imparts a wisdom to the text, endearing the reader to the pup and creating a suspenseful read-aloud.
Jonathan London has written more than one hundred picture books for children, many of them about wildlife. He is also the author of the popular Froggy series. He lives with his family in northern California. Van Zyle's art has garnered him numerous honors. His prints, posters, and lithographs are prized by c...
Title:The Seasons Of Little WolfFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.68 inPublished:February 2, 2016Publisher:Graphic Arts BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:194182174X

ISBN - 13:9781941821749


Read from the Book

Little Wolf joins his voicewith the othersin the music of the wild.It floats highacross the snowy mountainsand into the sky.

Editorial Reviews

"Readers will find this sequel to The Eyes of Gray Wolf (Chronicle, 2004) just as satisfying as the original book. It's spring, and Little Wolf and his siblings are anxious to explore the world around them for the very first time. Summer comes, and Little Wolf is old enough to be on his own; he enjoys the insects and the joy of his first catch, a deer mouse. Later in fall, readers find Little Wolf on his first hunt with the pack when tragedy strikes. But he survives and the family dances in the moonlight to celebrate. Finally winter is upon them, and Little Wolf dreams of the day when he will lead his own pack through the seasons. Van Zyle's paintings bring Little Wolf and his family to life. Use this picture book as an introduction to the wolf's life cycle." -School Library Journal