A Wolf Family Returns to the Wild
by Brenda Peterson; Photography by Annie Marie Musselman

This is a hopeful conservation story about an endangered family of Mexican gray wolves who live in a sanctuary in the Pacific Northwest and their journey that leads to their successful release to the wild in Mexico.

This nonfiction story, illustrated with color photography, follows the lives of a Mexican gray wolf family, known as lobos, with pups born at a sanctuary in Washington State near Mount Rainier, to their release into the wild in Mexico. Through this hopeful and engaging story of conservation, kids learn about wolves–their characteristics and behavior–and the challenge of reintroducing an endangered species to the wild.

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