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Jennifer Molidor (jennifermolidor) | 35 comments Mod
Help me put together a list of the best books on wolves -- fiction, non-fiction, whatever! What are your favorites? I want to see how these books have evolved over time.

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Claudia Lenart | 1 comments I love in the Eyes of Grey Wolf by Jonathon London.

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Chris Brooks (httpgoodreadscomchrisbrooks) | 4 comments The Custer Wolf

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Neri | 1 comments As a child, I was obsessed with the book 'The Wolfling' by Sterling North.

Adam Robertson | 2 comments I am late to this, but check out "Of Wolves and Men" by Barry Lopez. Other than the fact that it is an amazing reference on wolves (non-fiction), Lopez has a style about his writing that is almost poetic. It is an amazing read.

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Bobby | 11 comments Never Cry Wolf by Farley Mowat is one of the classics. Nonfiction that's so well written you might think it was a novel!
Wolf Nation by Brenda Peterson (also nonfiction) just came out in May and is a solid, insightful read.

Adam Robertson | 2 comments Never Cry Wolf is a classic! They made a movie based on that as well. I haven't seen it though.

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Linda Brunner (welpony) Invitation to check out my book list re wolves, one of my great loves in my group...............

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