Spectacular wolf pictures pair with National Geographic photographer Jim Brandenburg’s “in-the-field” perspective in this fascinating portrait of wolves, now updated and in paperback.
Brandenburg is no stranger to wolves. They surround his home in Minnesota, where he has observed, filmed, and photographed wolves for years. In this book, kids have the chance to get up close to these fascinating creatures to discover how they play, hunt, and live together as a family. Readers will also discover the challenges wolves face in the wild.
This series offers insight into the field of animal study and observation, presents the latest science discoveries, and relates firsthand experiences in the field. It’s a great way to bring kids face to face with wolves–out of the zoo, out of the library, and into the wild. These books are great for animal lovers and report writers alike.