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Rosanne Parry

Autor(a) de A Wolf Called Wander

14 Works 1,374 Membros 57 Críticas

Obras por Rosanne Parry

A Wolf Called Wander (2019) 610 exemplares, 17 críticas
Heart of a Shepherd (2009) 286 exemplares, 21 críticas
A Whale of the Wild (2020) 216 exemplares, 6 críticas
Written in Stone (2013) 80 exemplares, 6 críticas
Second Fiddle (2011) 53 exemplares, 4 críticas
The Turn of the Tide (2016) 41 exemplares
A Horse Named Sky (2023) 30 exemplares, 1 crítica
Last of the Name (2019) 28 exemplares
Daddy's Home! (2009) 17 exemplares, 2 críticas
Big Truck Day (2022) 7 exemplares


Conhecimento Comum

Outros nomes
Parry, Rosanne D.
Data de nascimento
Local de nascimento
Oak Park, Illinois, USA
Locais de residência
Portland, Oregon, USA
The League of Exceptional Writers
Annie Blooms Books
Fiona Kenshole

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"I did not want to be an author when I was a child. Authors were quiet and studious and worked at desks. I was not quiet."



A Wolf Called Wander is a historical fiction chapter book written by Roseanne Perry in 2019. The story is inspired by the true story of a wolf named OR Seven (Oregon Seven), also known as the seventh Wolf to be found in Oregon. The story begins with the wolf puppy named Wander, who learns the rules of the wilderness through play with his pack mates and his mother. As he grows up, one unfortunate day, his mother dies in a fight with a rival pack. He is forced to join a rival pack or walk out, seek out his own territory, and create his pack. The wolf narrates the book, describing the woods around him through the eyes of wildlife. He walks to find his territory, his mate, and his pack. Along his journey, many things happen to him. At one point, he finds himself on a farmer's land, and the farmer almost shoots him. He also learns to cross the road, which he calls the black river. On his journey, he is joined by a raven he believes is helping him toward safety. Finally, he meets up with another wolf, who becomes his mate. They find their own territory in Oregon and have several litters of puppies. At the end of the story, we learn that this historical fiction book was written closely around the story of a wolf named OR seven, the first to be discovered in the Oregon wilderness in many years.… (mais)
ntrappchen | 16 outras críticas | Jul 16, 2024 |
Independent Reading Level: Grades 3-5
Awards: PNBA Book Award, New York Times Hardcover Best Seller, New York Times Paperback Best Seller, Junior Library Guild Best Books of 2019 list, Oregon Book Award Finalist 2020, Oregon Battle of the Books list 2020-2021, and Indie Next Pick for the Summer of 2019
djlackey | 16 outras críticas | Apr 28, 2024 |
Independent Reading Level: Grades 3-7
Awards: Oregon Book Award Finalist 2020
QueenIam51 | 16 outras críticas | Apr 24, 2024 |
This book is based on an actual wolf somehow separated from his pack. Anyone who loves stories that tug at your emotions will love this book. Swift wants only to be the head of a pack. His life is not an easy one. He faces many challenges in his life. His will to survive is strong. What I loved most about this book is that both kids and adults will enjoy this book. There is information in the back that will reach out to that person who loves reading nonfiction information. The story carries you along to a satisfying end. As a teacher I enjoy reading books that I can recommend to my students. This is one that I know they will really enjoy.… (mais)
skstiles612 | 16 outras críticas | Nov 25, 2023 |



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