The Wolf-Birds

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There are ravens and wolves in this book. The ravens are trying to find food and so are the wolves, who are hunting a bison, but then the bison kicks one of the wolves. So they have to say goodbye because that’s what life is about. Then they meet up with ravens, and they start eating the meat of a deer they kill. The ravens and the wolves become friends. But then the wolves have to go back home. Finally it starts to become spring.

I really do like the pictures in this book. They make you feel nervous, and then sad, and then happy, like you’ve just made a new friend. It makes you think about the coldness of winter and how hungry the animals must be. The colors are blue, black, gray, brown, and white; there is not a lot of color, just like a winter landscape. The pictures are not realistic; they kind of look like cave paintings. This book doesn’t have very many words, but the pictures really help explain what is happening. I really like this book.

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Author Willow Dawson, Illustrator
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 40 pages
Publisher Owlkids Books
Publish Date 15-Sep-2015
ISBN 9781771470544
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Issue November 2015
Category Children's


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