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Zona Crabtree
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Gray Wolf

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Written and illustrated by Missouri author Zona Carbtree, GRAY WOLF takes place in the early 1700's in eastern America. A young Indian girl who was stolen from her people by white trappers is rescued by a boy from another tribe. After she winters with the tribe, two young warriors take her through the wilderness back to her own tribe. They not only have to battle the harsh ...more
Perfect Paperback, 118 pages
Published December 30th 2002 by Owl Hollow Publishing (first published 2002)
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Kitty Sutton
Dec 13, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Gray Wolf is the beginning of a saga. It opens with us getting to know Little Bear who is out one day in the forest when he witnesses a group of men who have captured a young Native girl. The girl is not of his tribe, but he helps her escape anyway. Little Bear becomes attracted to her while she lives with his family for several weeks through the hard winter. However, she must go home because her people have given her up for dead. Little Bear's older brother, Gray Wolf, is chosen to escort the g ...more
Wendy Mills
Feb 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
This was a very good tale about a young Indian boy’s passage from boy into man and the adventures he has along the way.
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