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The Wolves of Currumpaw by William Grill

The Wolves of currumpawFollowing on from the huge success of his first book Shackleton’s Journey, Kate Greenaway Medal winner William Grill takes us back to the dying days of the old west in The Wolves of Currumpaw.

Set in the vast open plains of New Mexico, The Wolves of Currumpaw follows the true story of a notorious wolf pack and the man hired to trap their leader. This is the tale of how one remarkable wolf changed a hunter’s life and led to the formation of wildlife conservation societies across America.

A beautiful re-telling of the first short story from Ernest Thompson Seton’s 1898 classic, Wild Animals I Have Known. William Grill’s illustrations are truly spectacular and instantly memorable. Perfect for children aged 7+ who like their stories historical, this is a truly special book.

The Wolves of Currumpaw is available in store for €19.50. For more information on this book, or to reserve a copy, simply contact us.

Check out William Grill’s website here.

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