The story begins when we adopt a full-blooded wolf, who's parents were from the wilds of Alaska. We named her Kinapak, and this young wolf joins our already existing pack, Zoie - our older half-wolf, and her gentle partner, Uxmal (pronounced Ushmal) - a giant bear of a dog with a heart of gold.
Now Kinapak, this cheeky wolf, gets into all kinds of mischief - from a brawl with Billy Bob, a notorious ferocious cat, to an ill-fated hunt for rabbits. But when Kinapak crosses the path of the ill-tempered droopy-mouthed neighbors, her new family is threatened. You see, these cruel neighbors will stop at nothing to take away their freedom and the freedom of every other animal around them.
After learning of the Coyote Prophecies, Kinapak, Zoe, and Uxmal plot an elaborate and risky scheme to defend their freedom against the menacing neighbors. This scheme involves a pack of wild coyotes, Billy Bob the cat, Hunter the foxhound, and a rather frightening collection of old bones from the Wild West's days.
Then it all comes together in a glorious grand finale that's not to be missed!
I got your book yesterday morning and finished reading it last night at about 3 AM... I absolutely loved it...!
Where do I begin....it was gripping, exciting, lively, so sweet and dear, thoughtful, terribly funny and so sensitively written, a love story, a beautiful message explained simply, you opened a window into an understanding and dialogue with the animals....i just loved it!....
I think it's very important for a book to meet its goal, and The Adventures of the Wild, Wild Wolf does that well. It makes readers aware of issues that wolves face, and the fact that they're endangered, not to mention ways that readers can help. One of the things I really liked was that the author gave a taste of her real life in a fictional story. I also loved how it was written form a wolf's perspective. This was a timeless tale for readers of all ages, with a main course of enjoyable, fun characters, a sprinkle of comedy, and even a little tearjerker on the side. I am now much more aware of wolf-related issues and I definitely plan to help them out thanks to this book's inspiration!
Hello, My name is Marie & I am writing this on behalf of my four year old daughter. I have seen you at the show. I saw you play the didgeridoo. We met you. We bought your book at the show. Thank you for giving the book to us. My Dada read me the book every night. We had a great time reading the book. Kinapak is my favorite character. My favorite part was when Kinapak got out of the cage with help from Jerome. I really loved the puppies being born in the movie, & eating, and getting food all over the blanket, and peeing. How old is Kinapak? I would like to play with her and pet her. I would like to play with Nanuq and the puppies too. I am excited for the next book. Thank you for your time.
Colton loved loved loved the book. Said there's a second book soon? He was wondering when it will be out because he wants,to order it ad soon as he can! Thank u so much!!
Bought your book today at the Birkdale Village Art Show and have just finished it, as well as viewing the DVD. It's a delight! Loved the book and so much fun to see the pictures of Kinapa, her mate, and her puppies after reading the enchanted story. Know my grandsons will love the book and DVD, too. At 8 and 9, they are at the perfect ages for them. Thanks so much!
Check out this video review from the Bolton triplets.