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Red Wolf
by Jennifer Dance
Dundurn Press
5.0 stars
2 Reviews

Taken from his parents as a child, Red Wolf struggles to recover his identity along with his wolf companion, Crooked Ear.


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5.0 stars

that sounds like a really great book I will definitely read it. thank you :]

Jun 20
5.0 stars

Red Wolf is quite an emotional book. I would highly recommend it. It is about an Aboriginal child who is taken from his home at the age of 5 to a residential school, where Aboriginal children were assimilated into the culture of the white men. These were not good places, and Red Wolf, the boy, changes into a whole new person while at the school, losing his culture, language and ability to express his feelings.

Jun 17
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