Saturday, March 26, 2016

Wolf Camp by Andrea Zuill

Homer wants to go to Wolf Camp.  He knows he'll learn a lot and he's tough enough to do it, he knows he is.  Now to just convince his humans!

Schwartz & Wade and Edelweiss gave me the opportunity to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published May 3rd.  If you like picture books or have a little one to spoil, you'll want to read this book!

The illustrations are quirky, the dogs at camp are varied and they get some surprises when they go to camp.  The wolves are big, they eat wild food, and they HOWL!  The poor domesticated animals don't know how to eat food with hair on it and they sure can't howl like a wolf.  But they have a whole week at a camp, there will be time to learn.

Here's an example of the illustrations:  

Even if Homer can't use some of the wolfie talents he learned, he can still howl...

I loved this story and plan to buy a copy for my own library.  Children's picture books are the best!

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