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Wolf Rider

by Sharon Stewart

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published: 2008
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Wolf Rider

Haunted by tragedy, Tok takes to the skies, leaving his forest haven to begin a dangerous quest to unknown lands. Selaks, the silver-white wolf who is his closest companion, has summoned him to come to the wolves’ rescue. Sequel to Raven Quest.

Source: The Canadian Children’s Book Centre. Best Books for Kids & Teens. 2009.

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  • Commended, Best Books for Kids and Teens, Canadian Children's Book Centre
  • Commended, Resource Links, Best of the Year
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Tok's story continues in winter, three years after the close of Raven Quest. Tok, now an adult with a son, is mourning his murdered mate. Haunted by visions of a prophetic white raven, Tok also worries about a mysterious Overlord who is threatening to overturn raven society. With the hope of finding a safe haven, he and his son embark on a journey with their wolf pack, led by Selaks. Guided by the wisdom of the white raven he searches for the Wanderers, or caribou, who will lead both wolves and ravens to safety. Along the way, they are shadowed by the spies of the Overlord. Their ultimate capture will reveal his identity and lead to Tok's most intense battle yet! Through these animals, thi sequel builds on the very human themes of honour, respect, fairmindedness, and independence; and exposes the dangers of the destruction of natural habitat.

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