Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Whispers of the Wolf by Pauline Ts'o Review

Whispers of the Wolf
Could you love something enough to set it free? Set 500 years ago in the beautiful Southwest, a boy named Two Birds found an abandoned wolf pup. He took the pup back to his home where he loved and raised him. But now the wild wolves were calling and the young wolf yearned to be free. Would Two Birds release his companion back into the wild? 

Watch the Whispers of the Wolf
Book Trailer HERE! 

Pauline Ts'o is an author, illustrator, photographer, and co-founder of a computer animation and visual effects company that has won multiple Academy Awards (Life of PiBabe, and The Golden Compass-Best Visual Effects). Pauline first encountered the Pueblo people of the desert Southwest during a photography workshop in the 1980s and kept going back. Pauline is of Chinese American descent and lives in Los Angeles, CA, with her husband and twins.

My Review:
This story will resonate with anyone that has ever fostered an animal before. Or even bottle fed an animal before. Like anything in life you have to let go in order to grow. You can not smother it. Especially if it is an animal. This story was so tender that I actually felt for Two Birds when he let his wolf go, but I also knew that he would always have a defender in the wild. I am giving this book a 5/5. I was given a copy to review, however all opinions are my own. 

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