Julie by Jean Craighead George

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A sequel to "Julie of the Wolves". Julie has been reunited with her long-lost father, who, although retaining some of the old Eskimo traditions, has also embraced many of the "western" approaches to life. She loves her father, but the new way of farming that he's adopted means killing wolves.
 

About Jean Craighead George

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Jean Craighead George was the author of more than eighty books for children and young adults. Her novel Julie of the Wolves won the Newbery Medal in 1973, and her novel My Side of the Mountain was a Newbery Honor Book in 1960. She will always be known for her acclaimed picture books and novels that celebrate the natural world.
 
Published September 1, 1994 by Harpercollins Juvenile Books. 226 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Cooking. Fiction

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This sequel to 1973 Newbery Medal-winning Julie of the Wolves continues the story of Julie Edwards Miyax Kapugen, the girl who traveled across the tundra with her adoptive wolf pack.

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The New York Times

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Salamon, a former critic for The New York Times, she is both an unavoidable product of the family Wasserstein and of the theatrical family she chose for herself.

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The Guardian

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After two years of turbulence, Myerson threw him out, hoping that what the drug experts advised - tough love - would work, that he would hit rock bottom, ask for help.

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Publishers Weekly

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Keeping the focus on the wolves introduced in her Newbery-winning Julie of the Wolves, George writes ""with astounding intimacy"" and ""complete command"" of the animal world, said PW in a starred review.

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The Telegraph

The idea of a ruined London is not new: as far back as the Edwardians, writers like Saki were imagining vines twisting around Trafalgar Square.

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Common Sense Media

As Miyax recalls her Eskimo upbringing and learns to survive on the tundra, readers are presented with the science of the Eskimo culture and its interdependence with native plants and animals.

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Brevity Magazine

... Julie Marie Wade's Small Fires tells a similar story of her own time capsules that, much like the essays themselves, preserve self and childhood ...

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