Wolves, Boys and Other Things That Might Kill Me by Kristen Chandler

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It's K.J.'s junior year in the small town of West End, Montana, and whether she likes it or not, things are different this year. Over the summer, she turned from the blah daughter of a hunting and fishing guide into a noticeably cuter version of the outdoor loner. Normally, K.J. wouldn't care less, but then she meets Virgil, whose mom is studying the controversial wolf packs in nearby Yellowstone Park. And from the moment Virgil casts a glance at her from under his shaggy blond hair, K.J. is uncharacteristically smitten. Soon, both K.J. and Virgil are spending a lot of their time watching the wolves (and each other), and K.J. begins to see herself and her town in a whole new light.


 

About Kristen Chandler

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Kristen Chandler (www.krischandlerstories.com) lives in Orem, Utah.
 
Published May 12, 2011 by Speak. 382 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sixteen-year-old KJ is a spitfire who is outgrowing life with her father (her mother died when KJ was three) in a small Montana town just outside Yellowstone National Park.

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Campaigning for the wolves of Yellowstone National Park was never in sixteen-year-old KJ Carson’s plans.

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