Once A Wolf: How Wildlife Biologists Fought to Bring Back the Gray Wolf

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By Stephen Swinburne
Publisher HMH Books for Young Readers
Once A Wolf: How Wildlife Biologists Fought to Bring Back the Gray Wolf
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With powerful and rare photographs by Jim Brandenburg, Once a Wolf explores the long, troubled relationship between humans and wolves. The book traces the persecution of the wolf throughout history and also reveals the role scientists have played in wolf preservation. The work of scientists can often seem mysterious and intimidating to the nonscientist. No longer! Introducing an exciting perspective on the important work of scientists in all areas of research and study. Scientists in the Field show people immersed in the unpredictable and dynamic natural world, making science more accessible, relevant, and exciting to young readers. Far from the research laboratory, these books show firsthand adventures in the great outdoors adventures with a purpose. From climbing into a snake den with thousands of slithering snakes to tracking wolves, readers experience the thrill of discovering the unknown.

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7675 words7,675 words
48 pages48 pages
Lexile 1050LLexile 1050L
Grade 5 to 9Grade 5 to 9
Age 10-14Age 10-14
Published 2001Published 2001

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Book ISBN:

0618111204

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