The Wolves of Slough Creek (The Wild World of Buck Bray)
The Wild World of Buck Bray is an interesting read that many elementary-age kids will enjoy. The Wild World of Buck Bray is the third book in the Buck Bray series. All of the Buck Bray books take place in different National Parks. In The Wild World of Buck Bray there are twenty-eight fun facts about wolves; one fact appears at the beginning of every chapter. This book teaches about the importance of wolves in Yellowstone, the United State’s first National Park. Wolves made it so that many animals including beavers, fish, and amphibians could live in Yellowstone where there used to be just elk. This book is an exciting mystery that will keep readers guessing until the very end. Buck Bray and his friend Toni Shoop, the daughter of the cameraman who films the TV show The Wild World of Buck Bray, must figure out who is trying to kill the wolves in Yellowstone before it is too late.
Readers will read this book quickly, wanting to know who is trying to hurt the wolves in Yellowstone and why.
|Page Count||240 pages|
|Publisher||Sleeping Bear Press|
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