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THE WOLFS By Michael Spivey
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Short creepy tail about a kid and his friend in the forest
The Wolf By Robert Mitchell
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Aaron has run away from his foster home and is running away from a group of men, from whom he stole a wallet. He runs into a forest where he is bitten by a large animal. The boy is found by a writer... More > who takes him home and the story unfolds< Less
The Wolf By Robert Mitchell
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Aaron has run away from his foster home and is running away from a group of men, from whom he stole a wallet. He runs into a forest where he is bitten by a large animal. The boy is found by a writer... More > who takes him home and the story unfolds< Less
a wolf story By caterina bob
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this is a story about a boy who starts an adventure that will change his life.
a wolf story By caterina bob
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this is a story about a boy who starts an adventure that will change his life.
Wolf Dreams A Story of Choices By Alan Little
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Steven Roberts was in a rut. He felt that life was living him instead of the other way around. Lifting his eyes from the daily grind to see that he had choices in life was beyond him. Then through a... More > series of misadventures and Native American wisdom, Roberts is led to a place where he can see the forest for the trees. As this plot progresses, so do other subsequent plots. You see Steven’s friends, their flaws and strengths and his interactions with them. They too mirror aspects of Steven’s character, traits within that he seeks to repress or encourage. Common themes are: the duality of existence; how one must make choices in their life, or have them made for you; how quickly one can travel down a path without even realizing they had stepped foot on it and; how personalities need to be dynamic, multi-faceted wholes. Wolf Dreams is a simple tale meant to be enjoyed, but also to remind us to remember what is truly important, and of how easy it is to forget it.< Less
Wolf Dreams A Story of Choices By Alan Little
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Steven Roberts was in a rut. He felt that life was living him instead of the other way around. Lifting his eyes from the daily grind to see that he had choices in life was beyond him. Then through a... More > series of misadventures and Native American wisdom, Roberts is led to a place where he can see the forest for the trees. As this plot progresses, so do other subsequent plots. You see Steven’s friends, their flaws and strengths and his interactions with them. They too mirror aspects of Steven’s character, traits within that he seeks to repress or encourage. Common themes are: the duality of existence; how one must make choices in their life, or have them made for you; how quickly one can travel down a path without even realizing they had stepped foot on it and; how personalities need to be dynamic, multi-faceted wholes. Wolf Dreams is a simple tale meant to be enjoyed, but also to remind us to remember what is truly important, and of how easy it is to forget it.< Less
Brown Wolf and Other Stories By Jack London
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Boys delight in men who have had adventures, and when they are privileged to read of such exploits in thrilling story form, that is the "seventh heaven" for them. Such a "boys'... More > man" was Jack London, whose whole life was one of stirring action on land and sea. Effort has been made by the editor to bring together in one volume a number of such stories, not for the reason alone that there might be another Jack London book for boys, but also in order to add to our juvenile literature a volume likely "to be chewed and digested," as Bacon says, a book worthy "to be read whole, and with diligence and attention." For my belief is that boys read altogether too few of such books. Or perhaps it would be more correct to say, have too few opportunities to read such books, because so often we fail to see how quick in their reading their minds are to grasp the more difficult, and how keen and competent their conscience to draw the right conclusion when situations are presented wherein men err so grievously.< Less
Brown Wolf and Other Stories By Jack London
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Classic Jack London - Brown Wolf was first published in Everybody's Magazine then later released in this collection by editors who felt a great demand for London's American-pioneer writing style.... More > Also included are; That Spot, Trust, All Gold Canyon, The Story of Keesh, Nam-Bok the Unveracious, Yellow Handkerchief, Make Westing, The Heathen, The Hobo and the Fairy, Just Meat, and A Nose for the King. BROWN WOLF (excerpt) She had delayed, because of the dew-wet grass, in order to put on her overshoes, and when she emerged from the house found her waiting husband absorbed in the wonder of a bursting almond-bud. She sent a questing glance across the tall grass and in and out among the orchard trees. "Where's Wolf?" she asked. "He was here a moment ago." Walt Irvine drew himself away with a jerk from the metaphysics and poetry of the organic miracle of blossom, and surveyed the landscape. "He was running a rabbit the last I saw of him."...< Less
Brown Wolf and Other Stories By Jack London
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Classic Jack London - Brown Wolf was first published in Everybody's Magazine then later released in this collection by editors who felt a great demand for London's American-pioneer writing style.... More > Also included are; That Spot, Trust, All Gold Canyon, The Story of Keesh, Nam-Bok the Unveracious, Yellow Handkerchief, Make Westing, The Heathen, The Hobo and the Fairy, Just Meat, and A Nose for the King. Jack London (1876-1916), was an American author and a pioneer in the then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction. He was one of the first Americans to make a lucrative career exclusively from writing. London was self-educated. He taught himself in the public library, mainly just by reading books. In 1898, he began struggling seriously to break into print, a struggle memorably described in his novel, Martin Eden (1909). Get Your Copy Now.< Less